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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1992 

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 TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM A : Letter from Paul J. Growald, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Variance Decision Case No. 91.165V granting side yard, minimum lot area and 
minimum lot width variances for property located at 123 - 125 Edgewood Avenue. 



Date of decision 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



August 9, 1991 
August 19, 1991 
December 20, 1991 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Aile Phan, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-218 , 
2126 - 27th Avenue. Hearing December 18, 1991. After discussion, upon motion by 
Vice President Prior, the Board voted 4-1 (President Marks dissented) to UPHOLD the 
department and GRANT the permit. 



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



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DARRELL DORSEY, Appellant 

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DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-228 



[Imposition of Penalty on 

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[done at 134 Haight Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9122295. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ABE KAYOUMI, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-229 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 21, 1991, for work 
[done at 2418 - 46th Avenue. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E94922. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-234 



JOSEPH A. TANZI, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 3, 1991, for work 
[done at 2712 California Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9105877. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GANNETT TRANSIT SHELTER COMPANY 
OF SAN FRANCISCO, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
STREET USE MGMT. DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-226 



"[Revocation by Department of 
[Public Works on November 14, 
[1991, of Transit Shelter permit 
[at the NW corner of Geary/Taylor 
[Streets (INTERSECTION T0275). 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-223 



THANG XUONG MARKET, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on November 8, 1991, 
[of Health Permit Application 
[referral for food storage 
[warehouse in a RC-4 District 
[at 839 Larkin Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-231 



KELI NOTON, Appellant 
(8) - vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on November 12, 1991, 
[of Health Permit Application 
[referral for a self-service 
[restaurant as a Limited Commer- 
[cial Use in a RH-2 District 
[at 3998 Army Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RICHARD F. DOLE, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V91-225 

""[Protesting granting on November 
[12, 1991, to Gary Bell, of 
[Minimum Lot Area, Lot Frontage, 
[and Rear Yard Variances sought 
[for property located at 
[221 Greenwich Street and 
[32 - 34 Napier Lane. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.260V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: January 2, 1992 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE 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 Harry Huey, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 91-211 , 
3810-12 - 19th Street. Hearing December 18, 1991. After discussion, upon motion 
by Commissioner Makras, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN 
the penalty. 

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

APPEAL NO. 91-228 

DARRELL DORSEY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(3) vs. [November 22, 1991, for work 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 134 Haight Street. 

([APPLICATION NO. 9122295. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-227 

T. NICOLETTE TOUSSAINT, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(4) vs. [Penalty imposed on November 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [12, 1991, for work done 

[at 136 Downey Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9119988. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 91-238 

PETER K. KUTULAS, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [10, 1991, for work done at 

[236 Urbano Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9122506. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-239 

ELIZABETH H. McCUBBIN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(6) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [12, 1991, for work done at 

[at 1177 California Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9120280. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-240 

JEFFREY POLLACK, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(7) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Appellant [11, 1991, for work done at 

PUBLIC HEALTH APPROVAL [2001 Chestnut Street. 

TAPPLICATION NO. 9122507. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-241 

SUSAN MA, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [8, 1991, for work done at 

[5727 - 29 Geary Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9120245. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 91-242 

DENNY & ANGELA LAM, Appellants [Denial on December 5, 1991, 

(9) vs. [by the City Planning Commission 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of an alteration building 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [permit to expand an one- 

[family into a two-family 

[house at 2431 Balboa Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9114942. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-232 

HELEN & BOB GURMAN, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. _ [November- 21, 1991, to Seda 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Kaufmann, permit to erect a 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 1222 - 25th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9107405. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-235 

MATTHEW MURPHY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [November 27, 1991, to Jeffrey 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Litke, permit to Alter a Build- 

ting at 37 St. Germain Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9122367. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 9 1-236 

ANTHONY FEUDO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(12) vs. [December 5, 1991, to PFW Asso- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [dates, Inc., permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 570 Page Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9114808. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-237 

SHARON J. MALONE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(13) vs. [November 25, 1991, to Alice 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Richards Wyllie Trust, George 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Wyllie, Trustee, permit to Alter 

[a Building at 2157 Filbert Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9112302S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-221 

ALICE R. LANE, CONSERVATOR OF [Determination by the Zoning 

THE ESTATE OF ELIZABETH G. [Administrator dated November 1, 

JAMERSON, Appellant [1991, that the Department of 

(14) vs. [of City Planning intends to 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [record a Notice of Termination 

[of Commercial or Industrial Non- 
conforming Status for the property 
[at 1592 - 1594 Golden Gate Averse, 
[occupied by the New Laguna Market 
[and alleged abandoned for commer- 
[cial use for a period exceeding 
[three years. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(15) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 
-^J^-^iiM^.. J anuary 9, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

RALPH D. HOUSE 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 Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 




City Librarian 
Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF^PERH IT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY^, 1992 

4:30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



(1) EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) : 

The Board of Permit Appeals shall meet in Room 282 in executive session (closed to 
public) to discuss pending litigation as follows with representatives of the City 
Attorney's Office in compliance with California Government Code Section 54956.6(a). 



Kieran Keaney, et al . , Plaintiffs 

vs. 
CCSF, et al., Defendants 
U.S. District Court, N.D. California 
No. C-91-4379-BAC 
Appeal No. 90-280 
379 - 17th Avenue 



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



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PUBWC LIBRARY 



(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, 



ABC ROOFING, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 91-244 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 20, 1991, for work 
[done at 318 Foerster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123938. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BRENDA PUCKETT, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-002 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 30, 1991, for work 
[done at 1431 Shafter Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123777. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PATRICIA ZARUR, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-005 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[January 7, 1992, for work 
[done at 2691 - 20th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9107513. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MARK BERMAN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 91-208 



[Denial on October 16, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 149 Seal Rock Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9018154. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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Items 8A and 8B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-245 

JOHN & BEVERLY HUTCHINS, Appellants [Protesting issuance on December 

(8A) vs. [17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building 

[at 863 Dartmouth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-004 

KEVIN FOLEY & NANCY OKUMURA, [Protesting issuance on December 

Appellants [17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

(8B) vs. [Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 863 Dartmouth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-246 

VISITACION VALLEY NEIGHBORHOOD [Protesting issuance on December 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [17, 1991, to Community Hospice 

(9) vs. [Foundation of Bay Area, Inc., 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 141 Leland Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9025186. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-003 

EDWARD J. MULLINS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on December 

(10) vs. [18, 1991, to Virginia Stearns, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 3851 - 20th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9115720S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-001 

ANDREAS PAPADOPOULOS, Appellant [Determination by the Zoning 

(11) vs. [Administrator dated December 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [17, 1991 that the existing open 

[retail flower and plant sales 
[at 2101 - 19th Avenue is a vio- 
lation of the City Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDERATION OF DEPARTMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993 : Copies 
of the budget proposal are available for public review at the Board office. 



(13) awmual election of officers. 



Date posted: January 23, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ESTHER Y. MARKS - PRESIDENT 
BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 
RALPH D. HOUSE 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 L»e 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 regularbusiness 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 



POAKDOV- PERMIT APPEALS 
San -o,CA 94102 




City Librarian 
Public/L ibrar y 



3D 

O MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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5^2 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1992 

5:UU P.M., ROOM 282fxiTY HALL 



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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Richard Dole, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
V91-225 , 221 Greenwich and 32-34 Napier Lane. Hearing January 8, 1992. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 1-3 (President Marks, 
Commissioners House and Melbostad dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the 
variance. 

ITEM B : Letter from David P. Cincotta, attorney for appellants, requesting rehear- 
ing of Appeal No. 91-242 , 2431 Balboa Street. Hearing January 15, 1992. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner House, the Board voted 4-0 to OVERRULE the Plan- 
ning Commission with CONDITIONS . Then on motion by Commissioner House, the Board 
voted 4-0 to ADOPT amended findings. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from Quang H. Pham, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
penalty imposed for Building Permit Application No. 9200462 to alter a building at 
2170 Bay Street. DOCUMENT 7. 

Date penalty imposed ; 3 - |9?2 January 10, 1992 

Appeal period ended January 27, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction^' : n ' v January 28, 1992 

PUBLIC * iPJRARY. 

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



APPEAL NO. 89-177 



CHANG H. LEE, Appellant [Denial on August 9, 1989, 

(3) vs. [of permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 20 Camp Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8906654. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-006 

JEFFREY & RENEE COHEN, Appellants [Appealing for Refund of 

(4) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [26, 1991, for work done 

[at 179 Alpine Terrace. 

[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E97616. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-007 

JOE & ANNIE DUDLEY, Appellants [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [January 8, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1822 - 24 Grove St 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9105200. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-008 

CHEE KONG LAU, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [December 29, 1991, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1245 - 26th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9122597. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-009 



JOSEPH MAURINO, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[January 7, 1992, for work 
[done at 50 Benton Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9110252. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



EDWARD LYEN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-011 



^Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on January 
[13, 1992, for work done 
[at 744 Filbert Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9122695. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-012 



HOWARD ARATA, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[January 14, 1992, for work 
[done at 2631 - 39th Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9120225. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-015 



MONICA ST. GEME, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on January 
[20, 1992, for work done 
[at 355 Bryant Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123834. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-016 



MICHAEL SPAER, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on January 
[21, 1992, for work done 
[at 149 Mullen Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9110194S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DENNIS BLUM & DIANE JOSEPHS, 
Appellants 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-010 



"[Protesting issuance on December 
[30, 1991, to Yee Jing Soohoo, 
[et al., permit to Erect a 
[Building at 1444 Union Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8904407. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-014 



JAMES HEGARTY & PETER JONES, 

Appellants 
(13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on January 
[6, 1992, to William McDonagh, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 235 Collins Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100638. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be 



limited tc three 






minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: January 30, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

RALPH D. HOUSE PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 2nd 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 Weiss & Wiessman, Inc., attorneys for appellant, requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 91-246 , 141 Leland Avenue. Hearing January 29, 1992. After 
discussion, upon motion by Vice President Prior, the Board voted 4-0 to UPHOLD the 
department with the CONDITION that a Notice of Special Restrictions is filed. 

ITEM B : Letter from Joseph Maurino, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-009 , 50 
Benton Avenue. Hearing February 5, 1992. Upon motion by President House, the Board 
voted 4-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the penalty. The appellant did not 
appear. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from Po Lung Lin, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
penalty imposed for Building Permit Application No. 9110576 to alter a building at 
262 Granada Avenue. 

Date penalty imposed December 4, 1991 

Appeal period ended December 19, 1991 

Request for jurisdiction ' 8 1 February 11, 1992 

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APPEAL NO. 92-007 

JOE & ANNIE DUDLEY, Appellants [Imposition of Penalty on 

(3) vs. [January 8, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1822 - 24 Grove St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9105309. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-017 

JOHN CHAU, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(4) vs. [imposed on January 16, 1992, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 61 Ina Court. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9006142. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-018 

AURORA MEND0ZA, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(5) vs. [imposed on January 29, 1991, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 290 Munich St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9005735. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL HO. 92-019 

MARK JAKOBSON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [January 28, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2183 - 35th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9105500. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-020 

YEHUDA GOLANI, Appellant ""[imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [February 4, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1672 - 76 Grove Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9117377. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-021 

ANITA VULTAGGIO, Appellant "[imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [February 4, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 241 Bacon Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9114585. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-022 

STERLING SAM, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [January 29, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 270 - 272 Parker Ave. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9114327. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: February 13, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

RALPH D. HOUSE PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 : 

ADOPTION OF FINDIN6S : 

ITEH A : Appeal No. 91-221 , 1592 - 1594 Golden Gate Avenue. Hearing January 15, 
1992. After discussion, upon motion by President Marks, the Board voted 4-0 to 
OVERRULE the department based on documentary evidence presented at the public hearing 
by the appellant's attorney showing that the shop has been operated during the past 
three years and has not been abandoned as a NCU neighborhood-serving retail store. 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 



ITEH B : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 91-221 , 1592 - 1594 Golden Gate Avenue. Hearing January 15, 1992. 



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



APPEAL NO. 92-016 

MICHAEL SPAER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(3) vs. [Penalty imposed on January 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [21, 1992, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 149 Mullen Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9110194S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-023 

CATHLEEN RISTOW, Appellant ~t Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [February 5, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2456 Clay Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9014566. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-024 

ARTURO BONGCO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [February 5, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 350 Faxon Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9107776. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-025 

WILLIAM FABER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [January 31, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2514 - 27th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200523. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-026 

CARDINAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [January 24, 1992. for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 901 Noriega Street, 

[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 96810. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-028 

OTTO WIEGAND, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [5, 1992, for work done 

[at 147 Mason Street. 

[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 98691. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-031 

HARRIS ELECTRIC, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [3, 1992, for work done 

[at 385 Ashton Avenue 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 98966. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-033 

KARL H. HARTMANN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(10) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [11, 1992, for work done 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 722 - 24 Monterey Blvd. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9025198. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-030 

601 FOURTH STREET UWNERS ASSOCIATION, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [January 28, 1992, to 

(11) vs. [Gerald L. & Shauna L. Bybee, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Building 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 601 Fourth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9104119. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: February 27, 1992 



MEMBERS UF THE BOARD OF PERM I T APPEALS 

RALPH D. HOUSE PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Edmond S. Sullivan, Jr., requesting that the Board take juris- 
diction of penalty imposed on February 7, 1992 for work done at 3724 - 3726 Webster 



Street, 



Date penalty imposed February 7, 1992 

Appeal period ended February 24, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction March 10, 1992 



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



APPEAL NO. 92-028 

OTTO WIEGAND, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(3) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [5, 1992, for work done 

[at 147 Mason Street. 

[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 98691. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 91-245 

JOHN & BEVERLY HUTCHINS, Appellants [Protesting issuance on December 

(4A) vs. [17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL qqCUWIENTS DEPT. [ to Alter a Building 

[at 863 Dartmouth Street. 
MAR 1 6 1992 [APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 
SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC U8RABV 

APPEAL NO. 92-004 

KEVIN FOLEY & NANCY OKUMURA, [Protesting issuance on Decemoer 

Appellants [17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

(4B) vs. [Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [to Alter a Building 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 863 Dartmouth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-009 

JOSEPH MAURINO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(5) vs. [January 7, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 50 Benton Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9110252. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-027 

AYAD HUSSAIN, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [January 30, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 195 - 197 Cook Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9005467. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-034 

URANIA ELLEARD, Appellant ~~t Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [February 19, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 194 Flournoy Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9117961. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-035 

QUANG H. PHAM, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [January 28, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2170 Bay Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200462. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-036 

PO-LUNG LIN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [4, 1991, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 262 Granada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9110576. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-038 

UNION ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [February 19, 1992, for work 

(10) vs. [done at 760 Market Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ELEC. PERMIT NO. 99494. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-153 

CHAVALIT THANGSUMPHANT, Appellant [Denial on August 13, 1991, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 479 Marina Blvd. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9016372. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-029 

RICHARD THOMAS, Appellant [Denial on January 27, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 653 - 667 Bay Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9102924. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-037 

PATRICK BUSCOVICH, Appellant [Denial on February 11, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1830 - 32 Green Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9200243. 

fcoR MFARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: March 12, 1992 



MEMBERS UF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

RALPH D. HOUSE PRESIDENT 

BEVERLY J. PRIOR VICE PRESIDENT 

ESTHER Y. MARKS 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 0F.PERM1T APPEALS 

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1992 



(1) Election of Officers. 



MAR 2 3 TO 

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(2j Presentations by representatives of departments: 

Laurence Kornfield, Chief Building Inspector of the Bureau of Building 
Inspection, Department of Public Works 

Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator and Assistant Director of 
Planning-Implementation of the Department of City Planning 

Jeffrey Barker, Esq. of the S. F. Police Department Legal Division 

Judy Boyajian, Deputy City Attorney. 



(3) Questions and Comments of Commissioners. 



(4) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes 

for each speaker. 



Adjournment. 



Date Posted: March 20, 1992 



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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 Edmond S. Sullivan, Jr., requesting that the Board take juris- 
diction of penalty imposed on February 7, 1992 for work done at 3724 - 3726 Webster 
Street. 



Date penalty imposed 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



February 7, 1992 
February 24, 1992 
March 10, 1992 



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



APPEAL NO. 92-028 



OTTO WIEGAND, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[5, 1992, for work done 
[at 147 Mason Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 98691. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



Items 4A and 4B shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 91-245 



JOHN & BEVERLY HUTCHINS, Appellants 
(4A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on December 

[17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

[Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

[to Alter a Building 

[at 863 Dartmouth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



KEVIN FOLEY & NANCY OKUMURA, 

Appellants 
(4B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-004 



[Protesting issuance on Decemoer 

[17, 1991, to Ta An Chou and 

[Fen Tan Xue, site permit 

[to Alter a Building 

[at 863 Dartmouth Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9021679S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



JOSEPH MAURINO, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-009 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[January 7, 1992, for work 
[done at 50 Benton Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9110252. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



URANIA ELLEARD, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-034 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[February 19, 1992, for work 
[done at 194 Flournoy Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9117961. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-035 

QUANG H. PHAM, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [January 28, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2170 Bay Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200462. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-036 

PO-LUNG LIN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [4, 1991, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 262 Granada Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9110576. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-038 

UNION ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [February 19, 1992, for work 

(9) vs. [done at 760 Market Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ELEC. PERMIT NO. 99494. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 91-153 

CHAVALIT THANGSUMPHANT, Appellant [Denial on August 13, 1991, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 479 Marina Blvd. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9016372. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-029 

RICHARD THOMAS, Appellant [Denial on January 27, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 653 - 667 Bay Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9102924. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-037 

PATRICK BUSCOVICH, Appellant [Denial on February 11, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1830 - 32 Green Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9200243. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: March 26, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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 
nd shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and three (3) minutes 



a 

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 ^;; ;r ,'-~- r >u lc: of the Board are available for review at the Boara ofnce. 

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 154-A City Hall 

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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1992 
fi6i[ 5:30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL 



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



MAXINE YEE, Appellant 
(2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-032 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[February 14, 1992, for work 
[done at 2941 - 23rd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9114230. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



KAM SAU HO, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-039 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[February 28, 1992, for work 
[done at 50 Carr Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9120691. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HANS GOTTSCHALK, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-040 



fcPT. 






[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on March 2, 
[1992, for work done at 
[220 Montgomery Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9201961. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



YEFIM FRIDMAN, Appellant 

(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

APS 9 1992 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

YEW LEONG SIN, Appellant 

(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-044 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on March 12, 
[1992, for work done at 
[1921 McAllister Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9201338. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-046 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 6, 1992, for work 
[done at 1522 - 19th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010364. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



nil 



KUO HSIUN CHIAf/G, Appellant 
(7) / vs/ 

DEPT/ PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING (DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-04 3 



"[Denial/ on February 21, 1992, 
[of permit to Altar a Building 
[at 2535 - 38th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO/ 8910470. 
[FOR/HEARING TO/AY. 



ELLIS A. BREAUX, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-045 



"[Protesting issuance on February 
[26, 1992, to Bertha Flemming, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 600 - 602 Haight Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123763. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-047 

DAVID FERRANTE, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on March 

(9) vs. [3, 1992, to The Richmond YMCA, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 360 - 18th Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9015380. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-048 

CLIFF ROBINSON, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [March 3, 1992, to Wu Pit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Chu and Hang Fong, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[344 Marietta Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9024555. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: April 2, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER HILL 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 



City Librarian 
Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. 1992 >EPT ' 

^ 5;30 P.M.. ROOM 282, CITY HALL 4M j 7 ,992 

^%^ **uc uwaiiy 

(1) Informational presentation by Mary Gallagher, planner, of the Department of City 
Planning, of the Recode Project and the "How to Use the City Planning Code" guides. 



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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Iris Tarn Concepcion, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Building Permit Application No. 9112992S to alter a building at 230 Irving 
Street. 



Date of issue 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



March 20, 1992 
April 6, 1992 
April 10, 1992 



YEW LEONG SIN, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-046 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 6, 1992, for work 
[done at 1522 - 19th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9010364. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



ELLIS A. BREAUX, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-045 



"[Protesting issuance on February 
[26, 1992, to Bertha Flemming, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 600 - 602 Haight Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123763. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



AYAD HUSSAIN, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-027 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[January 30, 1992, for work 
[done at 195 - 197 Cook Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9005467. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BRIAN A. BOYD, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-055 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[March 26, 1992, for work 
[done at 1534 - 39th Avenue, 

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[FORBEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-056 



KENNETH MUSE & GEORGE SIMS, Appellants 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 27, 1992, for work 
[done at 4076 - 20th Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9202667. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 22, 1992 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-050 



ALLAN & LORRAINE THOMPSON, Appellants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on March 13, 1992, of 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1401 - 1407 Mariposa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8915850. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-052 






PETER & PATRICIA MASCHI, Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 16, 1992, to James and 
[Leena Krasno, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 1549 - 16th Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9023807. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-053 



NANCY NIELSEN & GEORGE BONILLA, Appellants 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



tProtesting issuance on 
[March 10, 1992, to Joel and 
[Loris Lipski, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 775 University St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9112526. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



THOMAS & KAREN SMITH, Appellants 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V92-054 

"TDenial on March 17, 1992, 
[of variance to Enclose a 
[Portion of the Upper Deck, 
[sought for property located 
[at 1275 Stanyan Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.406V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: April 16, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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 Boara 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 



BOASDOi APPEALS 

Hoom 154-A City Hal! 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



City Librarian 
Pub! ic Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS depositor it 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1992 m % fl 

5:30 P.M.. ROOM 282. CITY HALL ; .r MANCISC o 

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(1) Informational presentation by Mary Gallagher, planner, of the Department of City 
Planning, of the Recode Project and the "How to Use the City Planning Code" guides. 

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



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

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Philip L. Asiano, attorney for William B. Griffin, requesting 
that the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9105034S to 
erect a building at 2101 Beach Street. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



July 15, 1991 
July 30, 1991 
April 13, 1992 



ITEM B : Letter from Chi Ping Hsin, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
Building Permit Application No. 9120536 to alter a building at 3773 Sacramento Street, 
formerly Marshall Hale Hospital. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



February 4, 1992 
February 19, 1992 
April 10, 1992 



RONALD D. MORGAN, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-060 



tDenial on March 19, 1992, 
[of Pushcart Peddler permit 
[for the "Hot Dog Palace" 
[at 7th and 16th Streets. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ED SULLIVAN, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-061 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[12, 1992, for work done at 
[3724 - 3726 Webster Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E99093. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



SANONG TAVEEKOON, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-064 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[April 14, 1992, for work 
[done at 3225 Lincoln Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9118268. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MICHAEL K. C. YEE, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-065 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[April 7, 1992, for work 
[done at 1730 - 42nd Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9116569. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL HO. 92-063 

KARIN FIDRYCH, Appellant ""[Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on April 3, 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1992, for work done at 

[1069-B Broadway Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9204949. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-062 

CHRISTOPHER & VIRGINIA LANE, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [March 30, 1992, to 

(9) vs. [Karin Fidrych, permit to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Alter a Building at 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1069-B Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9201672. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-050 

ALLAN & LORRAINE THOMPSON, Appellants [Denial on March 13, 1992, of 

(10) vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1401 - 1407 Mariposa Street. 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8915850. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-053 

NANCY NIELSEN & GEORGE BONILLA, Appellants "[Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [March 10, 1992, to Joel and 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Loris Lipski, permit to Alter 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 775 University St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9112526. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-058 

BARBARA LYON, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(12) vs. [March 20, 1992, to R. Rolla 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Spotts, permit to Erect a 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Fence at 2 Vicksburg Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9203201. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. V92-054 

THOMAS & KAREN SMITH, Appellants TDenial on March 17, 1992, 

(13) vs. [of variance to Enclose a 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Portion of the Upper Deck, 

[sought for property located 
[at 1275 Stanyan Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.406V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. V92-059 

S.F. TOMMORROW, Appellant "protesting granting on March 

(14) vs. [1992, to the City and County 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [of San Francisco, a variance to 

[construct an approximately 
[397,000 gross square foot public 
[library, including auditorium, 
■>*-- [1'hrary and --- 11 — ^ of retail 

[and restraurant use without any 
[public accessible parking spaces. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 90.808EVC. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

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



Date posted: April 23, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BCARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from the Lakeside Property Owners Association requesting rehearing 

of Appeal No. 92-073 , 360 Stratford Drive. Hearing May 20, 1992. After discussion, 

upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the permit. 

ITEM B : Letter from Dennis Zaragoza requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-075 , 3638 
Washington Street. Hearing May 20, 1992. After discussion, upon motion by Commis- 
sioner Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit 
with findings by President Eisenberg and Vice President Bradstreet. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from Mohsen Assaditabar requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over disapproval of Building Permit Application No. 9104408 to alter a building at 
1426 - 21st Avenue. 

Date of disapproval December 24, 1991 

Appeal period ended January 8, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction June 10, 1992 

APPEAL NO. 92-081 

JANE ALLEN, dba "THE REAL FOOD [Denial on May 11, 1992, 

COMPANY", Appellant [of Health Permit Application 

(3) vs. [referral for adding tables and 
DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [chairs or seating to a small 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [self-service restaurant at 

[1001 Stanyan Street within 1/4 
[mile of the Haight Street Neigh- 
borhood Commercial Zoning District. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-084 

ROBERT BYRD, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [May 19, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 385 Head Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9111237. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-085 

DINESH MANIAR, Appellant [Denial on May 5, 1992, of 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9106595. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-048 

CLIFF ROBINSON, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [March 3, 1992, to Wu Pit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Chu and Hang Fong, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[344 Marietta Drive. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9024555. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-080 

JOHN DUGGER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on April 

(7) vs. [29, 1992, to CNS/Sprincin 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [No. II, permit to Alter a 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 300 Beale Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9111163. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-082 

JOHN M. COADY, Appellant TProtesting granting on 

(8) vs. [May 11, 1992, to Noel and 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Pamella Valentine, Rear and 

[Exposure variances sought for 

[property at 4010 - 21st Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.685V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-087 

GEORGE BROUSSARD & MOSES [Appealing the Determination 

GUILLORY, Appellants [by the Zoning Administrator 

(9) vs. [dated May 6, 1992, to record on 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [on the land records a Notice of 

[Termination of Commercial or 
[Industrial Nonconforming Status 
[on May 20, 1992 for property 
[at 1465 - 69 Van Dyke Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Public hearing and consideration of proposed legislation to increase the permit appeal 
fees as recommended by the Mayor's budget analyst. Copies of the staff report to 
the Board with proposed fees is available at the office of the Board, Room 154-A, 
City Hall. This proposal would amend Section 8 of Part III of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code. If approved by the Board of Permit Appeals, this proposed legislation 
will be transmitted to the Board of Supervisors for hearing and consideration of 
enactment. 



Date posted: June 11, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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) Informational presentation by Jonathan Bulkley, architect and chair of the Planning 
and Zoning Committee of the Planning Association of the Richmond on "Additions to 
Small Residential Buildings". 



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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Luis Penelas requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
a rear yard variance granted for property located at 43 Santa Marina Street. 

Date variance granted March 6, 1992 

Appeal period ended March 16, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction June 10, 1992 



APPEAL NO. 92-068 

JEFF SEARS, Appellant [Denial on April 15, 1992, 

(4) vs. [of Pedicab Owner-Amendment 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT [Permit to extend the route for 

["Barbary Coast Pedicab Company". 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-057 

EUGENE SUNGA, Appellant [Revocation on March 17, 1992, 

(5) vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

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

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-086 

RONNIE G. RYAN, Appellant [Denial on May 7, 1992, of Second 

(6) vs. [Hand Dealer permit dba "Hog on 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [Ice" at 1630 Polk Street. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Items (7A) and (7B) shall be considered together 

APPEAL NO. 91-192 

SUNSET RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, [Protesting issuance on March 

Appellant [27, 1991, to Phat Kim Phung, 

(7A) vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1501 - 24th Ave. (add second unit) 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9000079S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-083 

PHAT KIM PHUNG, Appellant [Revocation on May 4, 1992, 

(7B) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1501 - 24th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9000079S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

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APPEAL NO. 92-077 

LUCIA MALIWAT, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(8) vs. [imposed on May 13, 1992, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 567 Paris Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9205164. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-078 

GARY BONGARZONE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(9) vs. [imposed on May 13, 1992, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 2211 Polk Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9206528. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-079 

MARY KELLNER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(10) vs. [imposed on May 13, 1992, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 847 Kansas Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9203418. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-088 

TIMOTHY E. PELLISSIER, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(11) vs. [May 15, 1992, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 200 - 202 Fair Oaks Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9205124. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Consideration for Adoption: Resolution directing the staff to request that parties 
to protest appeals seek mediation of design issues with the A. I. A. Advisory Design 
Review Panels. 



_Date posted: June 18, 1992 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - 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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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Jeffrey Barker, attorney for S.F.P.D., requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 92-068 , Barbary Coast Pedicab. Hearing June 24, 1992. After discus- 
sion, upon motion by Commissioner Alba, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens ab- 
sent) to OVERRULE the department and grant the extension of the route with findings 
and conditions by Vice President Bradstreet. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM B: Letter from Felix Lim requesting the Board take jurisdiction over Building 
Permit Application No. 9201446 to Alter a Building at 2620 Judah Street. 

Date of issuance May 28, 1992 

Appeal period ended June 12, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction July 2, 1992 

APPEAL NO. 91-192 

SUNSET RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, [Protesting issuance on March 

Appellant [27, 1991, to Phat Kim Phung, 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1501 - 24th Ave. (add second unit) 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9000079S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-072 

EILEEN LONG, Appellant [Denial on April 20, 1992, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 957 - 961 Oak Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9200598. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-102 

ROSA & JUAN ORTEGA, Appellants [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [May 20, 1992, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 22 - 24 Lucky Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9205321. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-100 

JAMES SEETO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 

vs. [28, 1992, to Peter Frenkel , 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 153 Cook Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9022534. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-101 

HUS TIGLI & JERRY KAPLAN, Appellants [Protesting issuance on May 

vs. [21, 1992, to Dennis Calvert, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [1033-35-37 Lombard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9206464. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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Items (8A), (8B), (8C), (8D) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 92-106 
BEN LEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(8A) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109301. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-107 

BEN LEE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(8B) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to construct a new 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [one- family house at 

[2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109304. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-110 

BRUNO & ADA CARAMATTI , Appellants [Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(8C) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109301. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-111 

BRUNO & ADA CARAMATTI, Appellants [Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(8D) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to construct a new 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [one-family house at 

[2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109304. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-108 

JUN KAI ZHENG, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 4, 

(9) vs. [1992, to Natividad Mariano, 

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

CTIY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 124 Duncan Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9116187. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-112 

ANNA M. KEISTER, Appellant [Protesting issuance on May 29, 

(10) vs. [1992, to Joseph Robertson, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 126 Beaver Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9116128. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-129 

GREATER WEST PORTAL NEIGHBORHOOD [Protesting issuance on June 22, 

(11) ASSOCIATION, Respondent [1992, to Barry Kane, permit 

vs. [to Demolish a Building at 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [14 Edgehill Way. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9019891. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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Items (12A) and (12B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. V92-104 

GEORGE HAUSER, Appellant TAppealing Condition No. 1 

(12A) vs. [of Rear Yard and Exposure 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Variances granted on May 29, 

[1992, for property located 

[at 1009 Francisco Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.344V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-105 

SIESEL MAIBACH, Appellant "TAppealing Conditions 3, 13 

(12B) vs. [and 16 of variances granted 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [on May 29, 1992, to George 

[Hauser, sought for property 

[located at 1009 Francisco Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.344V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: July 16, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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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the Bureau of Building Inspection of the Department of Public Works 
of imposing investigation fees (penalties) for work done without 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 



ITEM A : 

penalty 
9122810). 



Letter from Thalia DeWolf requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
imposed for work done at 47 Costa Street (Building Permit Application No. 



Date penalty imposed 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



June 1, 1992 
June 16, 1992 
July 24, 1992 



ITEM B : Letter from Gerald D. Twidwell requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of Building Permit Application No. 9124094 to alter a building at 1396 
and 1398 Shafter Street. 



Date of denial 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



May 5, 1992 
May 20, 1992 
July 28, 1992 



REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Letter from Steven L. Vettel , attorney for permit holder, Natividad Mariano, 
requesting hearing of Appeal No. 92-108 , 124 Duncan Street. Hearing July 22, 1992. 
After discussion, upon motion by Commissioner Alba, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner 
Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit with findings by President 
Eisenberg on CONDITION that the permit holder work with the building department to 
install a lightwell opposite the kitchen and bathroom windows of the appellant's 
building. 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM D : Appeal No. 92-072 , 957 - 961 Oak Street. Hearing May 20, 1992. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Alba 
dissented) to UPHOLD the 1975 Board finding that the subject building is five dwell- 
ing units on four floors of occupancy (Appeal No. 7250). Further hearing July 22, 
1992. After discussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 
(Commissioner Owens absent) to OVERRULE the department and GRANT the permit. 



APPEAL NO. 92-096 



ANNE C. DUNPHY, Appellant 

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




[Protesting issuance on May 18, 
[1992, to Lewis Warren, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[347 - 349 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9108278S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



1/ff<£ 



APPEAL NO. 92-101 



HUS TIGLI & JERRY KAPLAN, Appellants 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on May 
[21, 1992, to Dennis Calvert, 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[1033-35-37 Lombard Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9206464. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



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PAMELA ALLIO, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-094 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 27, 1992, for 
[work done at 186 Idora Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9008609. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DAN-CHING LAU, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-140 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on July 15, 1992, for 
[work done at 1950 Ulloa Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9122545. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MOHSEN ASSADITABAR, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 






APPEAL NO. 92-116 



"[Denial on December 24, 1991, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1424 - 21st Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9104408. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



VLADIMIR BARANOWSKI, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-123 






"[Denial on June 16, 1992, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 716 - 718 Clayton Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9115443. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-122 



JUDITH MacMILLAN, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[17, 1992, to Glenda Mitchell 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1234 Chestnut Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9118891. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BETTY WINNING & DENIS GLEASON, 

Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-138 



"[Protesting issuance on July 
[1, 1992, to Lucien Kremer, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 182 Duncan Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8924526. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: August 6, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Richard Knight, Managing Director for the El Drisco Hotel, re- 
questing that the Board take jurisdiction over conditions imposed for health permit 
referral for full service restaurant at 2901 Pacific Avenue. 






Date of decision 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



February 27, 1992 
March 13, 1992 
August 11, 1992 



terns (3A) and (3B) shall be heard together 



JOAN CHIPSER, Appellant 
3A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-133 



Revocation on June 22, 1992, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 52 Buena Vista Terrace. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000498S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-013 



CONCERNED CITIZENS OF 

BUENA VISTA TERRACE, Appellants 
;3B) vs. 

HCDT OUQI TT MHDI/C Dor n An^A»f 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



tProtesting issuance on January 
[7, 1992, to Joan Chipser, 
[permit to Alter a Building 

I"-** CO 0..~„^ 1/4^4-;, T~w.~-.~~ 

|_u V v><- UUCliu • 1 O l>0 iCI I Uuv.. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9113774. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ERNA SUE GRISSOM, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-099 



"[Protesting issuance on May 20, 
[1992, to William L. Finley, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1143 - 47th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9208286. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (5A) and (5B) shall be heard together 



1180 - 1182 GUERRERO HOMEOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION, Appellant 
(5A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-134 



tProtesting issuance on June 
[24, 1992, to David Sternberg, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 3624 - 24th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9116707. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



1180 - 1182 GUERRERO HOMEOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION, Appellant 
(5B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-135 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[24, 1992, to David Sternberg, 
[permit to Erect a Building 
[at 3624 - 24th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9116708S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: August 13. 1992 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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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) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

None. 



APPEAL NO. 92-013 

CONCERNED CITIZENS OF "[Protesting issuance on January 

BUENA VISTA TERRACE, Appellants [7, 1992, to Joan Chipser, 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 52 Buena Vista Terrace. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9113774. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-052 

PETER & PATRICIA MASCHI, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

\) vs. [March 16, 1992, to James and 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Leena Krasno, permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 1549 - 16th Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9023807. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-085 
DINESH MANIAR, Appellant [Denial on May 5, 1992, of 

5) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9106595. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-125 

GILLES COHEN, Appellant [Denial on June 16, 1992, of 

6) vs. [Vehicle for Hire Non-motorized 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT [(Horse Drawn) Permit. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-130 

ADNAN AWADALLA, dba "IRVING PIZZA\ tDenial on June 30, 1992, of 

Appellant [Mechanical Amusement Device 

7) vs. [Permit at 1825 Irving Street. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-139 

KENNETH JONG, dba "FIELDER'S CHOICER tDenial on July 14, 1992, of 

Appellant [Mechanical Amusement Device 

8) vs. [Permit at 5491 Mission Street. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Respondent 

(over) 



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APPEAL NO. 92-142 

JUNE TRAN VANH, dba "METAL RECYCLING, "[Denial on July 16, 1992, 
INC.", Appellant [of Junk Dealer Permit 

(9) vs. [at 1438 Donner Avenue. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-121 

SPECK CAB CO., dba "VETERANS [Protesting issuance on June 16, 

TAXICAB COMPANY", Appellant [1991, of Change of Color Scheme 

(10) vs. [Permit to James O'Connor dba 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, ["International Cab Company". 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-143 

JACOB SHANI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(11) vs. [Penalty imposed on July 13, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1992, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [211 Powell Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9209611. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-141 

ANTHONY W. LEE, Appellant ~~ "[Protesting issuance on July 8, 

(12) vs. [1992, to James and Mildred Woo, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [6224 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9208482. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: August 27, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS 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 

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

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Peter Keresztury requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over penalty imposed for work done at 17 Osgood Place. 

Date penalty imposed August 14, 1992 

Appeal period ended August 31, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction September 9, 1992 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Peter and Patricia Maschi requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
92-052 , 1549 - 16th Avenue. Hearing September 2, 1992. After discussion, upon motion 
by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department with find- 
ings and the CONDITION that the plans are revised as recommended by the AIA. 



ITEM C: Letter from Jeffrey R. Barker, attorney for S.F.P.D., requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 92-130 , 1825 Irving Street. Hearing September 2, 1992. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Beard voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the 
department and GRANT the permit with findings by Commissioner Owens and the CONDITION 
that the machines shall not be in operation during school hours. 



ITEM D : Letter from Jeffrey R. Barker, attorney for S.F.P.D., requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 92-139 , 5491 Mission Street. Hearing September 2, 1992. After discus- 
sion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Alba 
dissented) to OVERRULE the department and GRANT the permit with findings by President 
Eisenberg and Vice President Bradstreet. 



ITEM E : Letter from Claire C. Pilcher, attorney for appellants, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 92-013, 52 Buena Vista Terrace. Hearing September 2, 1992. After 
discussion upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the 
department with findings and the following CONDITIONS : the permit holder shall replace 
walls and fences removed without permission of neighbors according to Building Code 
standards; and Bureau of Building Inspection shall not issue a Certificate of Occu- 
pancy for 52 Buena Vista until the repairs to the abutting properties are made. 



APPEAL NO. 92-085 
DINESH MANIAR, Appellant tDenial on May 5, 1992, of 

vs. [permit for satellite dish 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [antenna at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9106595. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-125 
GILLES COHEN, Appellant ""[Denial on June 16, 1992, of 

vs. [Vehicle for Hire Non-motorized 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT [(Horse Drawn) Permit. 

Respondent [FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1992 PAGE TWO 

Items (5A), (5B), (5C), (50) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 92-106 

BEN LEE, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(5A) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109301. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-107 

BEN LEE, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(5B) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to construct a new 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [one-family house at 

[2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109304. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-110 

BRUNO & ADA CARAMATTI, Appellants "[Protesting issuance on May 27, 

(5C) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109301. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-111 

BRUNO & ADA CARAMATTI- Appellants "TProtesting issuance on May 27, 

(5D) vs. [1992, to Anatoly Elkinbard, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to construct a new 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [one-family house at 

[2927 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109304. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-173 

MICHAEL SHAPOSHNIKOV, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [September 4, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 300 - 304 Euclid Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9209477. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-175 

TONY GOR, Apppellant ~t Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [September 4, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2908 - 2914 Fulton St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9210466. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-176 
JOHN L. ARTAL, Appellant Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(8) vs. [imposed on June 15, 1992, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 1248 Hampshire St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9209761. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-172 

LEE WOODS, JR., Appellant ""tDenial on August 27, 1992, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1750 Taylor Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9211429. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



3) Public hearing and consideration of proposed legislation to increase the permit appeal 
fees as recommended by the Mayor's budget analyst. Copies of the staff report to 
the Board with proposed fees is available at the office of the Board, Room 154-A, 
City Hall. This proposal would amend Section 8 of Part III of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code. If approved by the Board of Permit Appeals, this proposed legislation 
will be transmitted to the Board of Supervisors for hearing and consideration of 
enactment. 



te posted: September 17, 1992 



ffiKSOFjaoQMLOLPERfllOPPEflLS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRFSIIFnt 

SV R S REET vfc E SI p D R E ES T IDENT 

IKEFELZF?" COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA I o U p«c COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COORT REPORTER 456-9899 

tes? J^oSnsVn'd \" H SonTV* " f °" 0WS: '» «" case of appea, 
>rd, commission or person from whose ord*,V epreSen , tat, ' ves ° f ">e department 

i sk^."- -en (7) s»rw l rft.a« ta ft ssi sh3 
la^TJsar « u v a v°"S (7) a - ~ -• ■«£ 

ts own discretion. ""*'• The Board "V request a departmental response 

He "Jo^ra rlppe^i^tV^i^rrr 31 , a , Ct1 °" •- P—t the appeais 

!i "t oral arguments and three 1 31 mV„ . <• " be alIowed "ven (7) minutes In 

^cutively, and the |»mtt taMS^SlTS 6 " h f ° r rebutta ' a " d shall VJ" 

fents and, for each appea, $£ &\% £& S^SL?"*" ^ 

« %?!&%&« ^ "^ * Board on an appea, ma, spea k once for 

'*nta, representatives andTtVer^in^jp^WThet^^ 5 reCei ' J * ^ 

, lemb ys pnor t0 the appointed hearing. 

J • Voi7,Xner% a ,^ c t u 1 s n | d , J a rli rU'V' *»\1« th ° ma »" <**>«, them 
» ambers present. ( Amen d e d AprTTaof JSm) y m0t '° n adopted °* * ^jority 

SPECIAL NOTTS 

; iSar "«~"^r, :ws sun* = 

» ^r scheduling or other inf^ on ^Ing ^V^i^^ °^ " ? 
-ete Rules of the Board are available for review at the Board office. 

REQUESTS FOR RFHFAPrwc 

Eeldman City and County of San Franri*™ 

: Director BOARD OF PERMIT APPEA?/ 

-6720 Room 154A, City Hall 

San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-ACrty Hall 

San Francisco, bA 841UZ 



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P<u h1ir. Lib jgaJC^ 



k: SF , RECEIVED 

3 MEETING QF THE BOARD QF PERMIT APPEALS SEP 2 8 m? 

X J gaONESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1992 LIBRARIANS OFFICE 

>Aa ^ 5:30 P.M., ROOM 282. CITY HALL 

) Informational presentation by a representative of the San Francisco Chapter of the 
American Institute of Architects on the AIA Advisory Design Review process. 



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



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

ITEM A : Letter from Daniel and Anne Dunphy requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-096 , 
347 - 349 Lombard Street. Hearing September 9, 1992. After discussion, upon motion 
by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and grant the 
permit. 



APPEAL NO. 92-149 

ROBERT J. PRIMUS, dba "VIDEOLAND"" tDenial on July 16, 1992, of 

Appellant [Mechanical Amusement Device 

) vs. [Permit at 4636 - 3rd Street. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-155 

ABLE MAINTENANCE, INC., Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

) vs. [Penalty imposed on July 22, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1992, for work done at 

[2380 San Bruno Avenue. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E104750. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-156 

SIGRID ENGELEN, Appellant ""[imposition of Penalty on 

) vs. [August 4, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2026 Lombard Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9210729. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-157 

MICHAEL PINATELLI, JR., Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 



vs. [Penalty imposed on August 5, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1992, for work done at 

[1491 - 1493 20th Avenue. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E105376. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-158 

JOHNNY H.M. WONG, Appellant ""[imposition f Penalty on 

(I vs. [August 6, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2545 Folsom Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9204854. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1992 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-160 

DANIEL FLORES, Appellant "^Imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [July 23, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 521 Bartlett Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9203359. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-051 

JUNE TAYLOR & JENNFIER CONNELL, Appellants ""[Protesting issuance on March 
(10) vs. [11, 1992, to Damaso Ramirez, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [547 - 549 Texas Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9107796. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-159 

RONALD V. PINTO, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on July 29, 

(11) vs. [1992, to James and Bethany 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 2234 Beach Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9202696S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-153 

PETER KUHLMAN & OPHELIA RAMIREZ, "[Appealing Condition of Rear 

Appellants [Yard Variance granted on 

(12) vs. [November 12, 1991, for property 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [located at 3988 - 20th Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.143V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-154 

ROBERT MITTELSTADT, Appellant "TAppealing Condition No. 1 of 

(13) vs. [Minimum Lot Size, Unscreened 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Parking and Front Setback 

[Variance granted for property 

[located at 79 Bradford Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.086V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) Further consideration of fee increase legislation which would amend Section 8 o 
Part III of the Municipal Code. This proposal has been submitted to the Board o 
Supervisors as part of the Mayor's Supplementary Budget sent to the Board of Super 
visors on September 18, 1992 and will be heard by the Finance Committee of the Boar 
of Supervisors during consideration of the Supplementary Budget. 

Copies of the proposed legislation may be reviewed at the office of the Board o 
Permit Appeals. 



Date posted: September 24, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - 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 



Room 154-A City Hall 
SanFranctsco I CA94i^ 







MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPFA1 S 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 199? DO^ '"-*"•* " cpT - 
5:30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HAH 



OCT 3 1992 

SAN FRANCISCO 
^ f\C\&V\&0^ PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Informational presentation by Michael Jam's, Director of Tenant Services, and Anne 
Halsted, Commissioner, of the S.F. Port Commission on the Port Commission's role 
in the pedicab approval process. 



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
None. 



PETER KERESZTURY, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-182 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[September 30, 1992, for 
[work done at 17 Osgood Place. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9212122. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-183 



KIM HOSKINSON & LINDA KLOUDA, 
Appellants 
) vs . 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on September 
[25, 1992, to Janice Dragotta and 
[Peter Van Eekelen, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 2941 Clay Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9212563. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-187 



PETER BURGESS & WILLIAM NOLAN, 

dba, "AUTO PAWN", Appellants 
) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"tDenial on September 29, 1992, 
[of Second Hand Dealer and Pawn 
[Broker Permits for automobile 
[pawn shop at 819 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-188 



>) 



KEITH R. SAGGERS, Appellant 

vs. 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"tDenial on October 5, 1992, of 
[Pedicab Owner Permit for use 
[in the Fisherman's Wharf area. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



terns (7A), (7B), (7C), (7D) shall be heard together 



MICHAEL SEALEY, Appellant 
7A) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-127 



"tAppeal of Police Commission 
[Decision on May 27, 1992, 
[that Public Convenience and 
[Necessity has not at this time 
[been established to require the 
[operation of additional taxicab 
[permits (medallions) for which 
[applications have been made. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 97-92. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER H, 1992 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-128 



TSE SAN KWAN, Appellant 
(7B) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



"tAppeal of Police Commission 
[Decision on May 27, 1992, 
[that Public Convenience and 
[Necessity has not at this time 
[been established to require the 
[operation of additional taxicab 
[permits (medallions) for which 
[applications have been made. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 97-92. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-131 



YOSSEDEK DESTA, Appellant 
(7C) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



"[Appeal of Police Commission 
[Decision on May 27, 1992, 
[that Public Convenience and 
[Necessity has not at this time 
[been established to require the 
[operation of additional taxicab 
[permits (medallions) for which 
[applications have been made. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 97-92. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-132 



WESLEY HOLLIS, Appellant 
(7D) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE COMMISSION, 

Respondent 



"[Appeal of Police Commission 
[Decision on May 27, 1992, 
[that Public Convenience and 
[Necessity has not at this time 
[been established to require the 
[operation of additional taxicab 
[permits (medallions) for which 
[applications have been made. 
[RESOLUTION NO. 97-92. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: October 29, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPFAI S 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

DISABILITY ACCESS 

The Board's meeting room, Room 282, Second Floor, City Hall, is wheelchair 
accessible. A sound enhancement system is being ordered but is not yet available. 
Large print copies of the agenda will be made available on request; please contact 
the Board's Office at 554-6720 at least two business days in advance of need. 
In order to allow Individuals with environmental illness to attend meetings, 
individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume or other scented products. 



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

Executive Director City Hall, Room 154-A 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-ACjhf Hall 

San Francisco, CA 9410Z 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



, , MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS DO ciimi=ntr dept. 

> WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1992 NOV 17 1992 

'tfl v 5i30P.M.. ROOM 282. CITY HALL ^blic^S 

L) Informational presentation by Jeremy Kotas, AIA, principal in Kotas/Pantaleoni Archi 
tects, "What's Left of Freedom of Expression in Residential Development". 



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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Alexander Koretsky requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-178 , 
pushcart at Geary and Stockton Streets. Hearing October 21, 1992. After discussion, 
upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department 
and DENY the permit. 



ITEM B : Letter from Chi P. Hsin requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-184 , 3773 
Sacramento Street (California Pacific Medical Center). Hearing October 21, 1992. 
After discussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD 
the department with findings. 



APPEAL NO. 92-189 

ALEX WU, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

4) vs. [October 14, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 457 Harvard Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9111971. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-193 

JOHN DONG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

5) vs. [October 19, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 54 - 56 Stanyan St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9214577. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-179 

SAN REMO HOTEL, Appellant [Determination by the Zoning 

6) vs. [Administrator dated September 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [9, 1992 that the San Remo Hotel 

[at 2237 Mason Street is a group 
[housing use, at least in part 
[a residential hotel, and that 
[to change its use to a transient 
[hotel a conditional use authori- 
sation from the Planning Commis- 
[sion must be applied for and 
[approved. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-136 

ZELKO SIMONI, Appellant tDenial on July 15, 1992, of 

7) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1 Graystone Terrace. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9109559S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 18, 1992 PAGE TWO 

Items (8A) and (8B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 92-122 

JUDITH MacMILLAN, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on June 

(8A) vs. [17, 1992, to Glenda Mitchell, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1234 Chestnut Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9118891. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. V92-2Q3 

GLENDA MITCHELL, Appellant [Appealing Conditions of Front 

(8B) vs. [Setback and Rear Yard Variances 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [granted for property located 

[at 1234 Chestnut Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.489V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-168 

24TH ST. MERCHANTS ASSOC, Appellant ^Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [August 13, 1992, to Dolores 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Street Community Center, 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 1249 Alabama Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9212859. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-185 

MILO FAY, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [September 24, 1992, to 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [James Gray, permit to Alter 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 310 Filbert St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9210517. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Items (11A) and (11B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 92-190 

ANTHONY FEUDO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11A) vs. [September 30, 1992, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [PFW Associates, Inc., 

[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 570 Page Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9216918. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-191 

ANTHONY FEUDO, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11B) vs. [September 30, 1992, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [PFW Associates, Inc., 

[permit to Alter a Building 

[at 570 Page Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9216919. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-192 

RUSSIAN HILL COMMUNITY ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [October 6, 1992, to T.E. 

(12) vs. [Gray and H.B. Hjorth, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 14 - 16 Delgado Place. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9210658. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Date posted; November 12, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

DISABILITY ACCESS 

The Board's meeting room, Room 282, Second Floor, City Hall, is wheelchair 
accessible. A sound enhancement system is being ordered but is not yet available. 
Large print copies of the agenda will be made available on request; please contact 
the Board's Office at 554-6720 at least two business days in advance of need. 
In order to allow individuals with environmental illness to attend meetings, 
individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume or other scented products. 



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

Executive Director City Hall, Room 154-A 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
Room 154-A City Hail 
Francisco, CA 94102 



City Librarian 
Publ ic Library- 
Box 41 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

^WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1992 ^^ 

^ 5:30 P.M., ROOM 282. CITY HALL DEC x mi 

III SAN FRANCISCO 

'A t PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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

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

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Yossedek Desta, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-131 . 
Hearing November 4, 1992. After discussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, 
the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the Police Commission and 
Findings of Public Convenience and Necessity and not issue any additional taxicab 
permits at this time, except for the six temporary 24-month permits for ramped vans. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B: Letter from Jun Qiang Chen, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over penalty imposed for Building Permit Application No. 9203088 to legalize rooms 
added to ground floor at 1739 - 35th Avenue. 

Date penalty imposed November 3, 1992 

Appeal period ended November 18, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction November 23, 1992 



APPEAL NO. 92-179 

SAN REMO HOTEL. Appellant "^Determination by the Zoning 

) vs. [Administrator dated September 

. ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [9, 1992 that the San Remo Hotel 

[at 2237 Mason Street is a group 
[housing use, at least in part 
[a residential hotel, and that 
[to change its use to a transient 
[hotel a conditional use authori- 
sation from the Planning Commis- 
[sion must be applied for and 
[approved. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-136 

ZELKO SIMONI, Appellant tDenial on July 15, 1992, of 

) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1 Graystone Terrace. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9109559S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 92-192 



RUSSIAN HILL COMMUNITY ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [October 6, 1992, to T.E. 

vs. [Gray and H.B. Hjorth, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 14 - 16 Delgado Place. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9210658. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER 2, 1992 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-202 



AGNONAFER SHIFFERAW, dba, 

"RASSELAS", Appellant 
(6) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[permit at 2801 California St. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (7A), (7B), and (7C) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 92-204 



ILEENE MacADAM, dba, "THE CORRAL", 

Appellant 
(7A) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[permit at 2140 Market Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-205 



ILEENE MacADAM, dba, "THE CORRAL", 

Appellant 
(7B) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit at 2140 Market Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-206 



ILEENE MacADAM, dba, "THE CORRAL", 

Appellant 
(7C) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper permit 
[at 2140 Market Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-198 



ROBERT ANDERSON & ROY BATEMAN, 
Appellants 
(8) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination of the Zoning 
[Administrator dated October 13, 
[1992 that the private right-of- 
[way should not be subtracted from 
[the area of the property in 
[determining the number of dwelling 
[units allowed for a six-unit condo 
[minium project on two merged lots 
[at 117 - 127 Divisadero Street. 
[CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 91.746C. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: November 25, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

DISABILITY ACCESS 

The Board's meeting room, Room 282, Second Floor, City Hall, is wheelchair 
accessible. Large print copies of the agenda will be made available on request; 
please contact the Board's Office at 554-6720 at least two business days in advance 
of need. In order to allow individuals with environmental illness to attend 
meetings, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume or other scented 
products. 



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Robert H. Feldman BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Executive Director City Hall, Room 154-A 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



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



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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from the Russian Hill Neighbors requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
92-122 , 1234 Chestnut Street. Hearing November 18, 1992. After discussion, upon 
motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Alba absent) to 
UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit with CONDITIONS . 

ITEM B : Letter from Anthony Feudo and Pamela Smith requesting rehearing of Appeal 

No. 92-191 , 570 Page Street. Hearing November 18, 1992. After discussion, upon 

motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Owens dissented, 

Commissioner Alba absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 



APPEAL NO. 92-179 

SAN REMO HOTEL, Appellant "iDetermi nation by the Zoning 

3) vs. [Administrator dated September 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [9, 1992 that the San Remo Hotel 

[at 2237 Mason Street is a group 
[housing use, at least in part 
[a residential hotel, and that 
[to change its use to a transient 
[hotel a conditional use authori- 
[zation from the Planning Commis- 
sion must be applied for and 
[approved. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-199 

WILLIAM J. SMITH, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

4) vs. [Penalty imposed on October 26, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1992, for work done at 

[914 Teresita Blvd. 

[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E103056. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-200 

DANIEL SEELIG, Appellant "tlmposition of Penalty 

5) vs. [on October 27, 1992, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 680 Joost Ave. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9214510. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-194 

REGINA MULLIGAN, Appellant ^Protesting issuance on 

6) vs. [October 7, 1992, to Eric and 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Pamela Tang, permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 155 Beaumont Ave, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9217436. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER 9, 1992 PAGE TWO 



Items (7A) and (7B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 92-196 



ERIKA ROSENTHAL & MARY CABOT, 
et al . , Appellants 
(7A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[October 7, 1992, to Rolf and 
[Almut Busch, permit to Erect 
[a Structure at 25 Martha Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000500S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-197 



ERIKA ROSENTHAL & MARY CABOT, 
et al . , Appellants 
(7B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[October 7, 1992, to Rolf and 
[Almut Busch, permit to Erect 
[a Structure at 33 Martha Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9000503S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-201 



JACK RAFFERTY, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[October 19, 1992, to Mr. 
[& Mrs. William Gri scorn, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1715 - 33rd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9017172S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: December 3, 1992 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

DISABILITY ACCESS 

The Board's meeting room, Room 282, Second Floor, City Hall, is wheelchair 
accessible. Large print copies of the agenda will be made available on request; 
please contact the Board's Office at 554-6720 at least two business days in advance 
of need. In order to allow individuals with environmental illness to attend 
meetings, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume or other scented 
products. 



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

Executive Director City Hall, Room 154-A 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154 A City Hall 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



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PUBLIC LIBRARY 



) Informational presentation by Lawrence Doane, F.A.I. A., architect, on design review 
of office buildings. 



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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from David and Cecilia Chan requesting that the Board take juris- 
diction over penalty imposed for Electrical Permit No. 108306 for work done at 350 
Bay Street. 



Date penalty imposed 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



October 20, 1992 
November 4, 1992 
December 4, 1992 



BAY AREA LONGSHORMEN'S MEMORIAL 
ASSN., Appellant 
) vs . 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-210 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[permit at 301 Beach Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-211 



MARK ZIMMELMAN, Appellant 
») vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 19, 1992, 
[of Second Hand Dealer-State 
[permit at 210 Post Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



TOURAJ TEHRANY, dba "YAHA", 
Appellant 
>) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-213 



I Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[permit at 517 Clement Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



TING MAN LO, Appellant 
') vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-212 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[November 3, 1992, for work 
[done at 62 Madrone Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9215019. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APARACION D. BONPIN, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-209 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[October 28, 1992, for work 
[done at 787 Cayuga Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9209225. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER 16, 1992 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-214 



SARAH CARNOCHAN, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[November 5, 1992, for work 
[done at 665 - 29th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9213617. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-215 



PO YONG HUANG, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty on November 5, 
[1992, for work done at 
[888 Brannan Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E15495, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LEVI STRAUSS & COMPANY, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-208 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[October 19, 1992, to Lee 
[Mah Property, Inc., permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[1090 Sansome Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9209807. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-217 



ARDEN VANUPP, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 23, 1992 , to John 
[Mclnerney, to Demolish a 
[Building at 2149 Broadway St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9206992. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: December 10, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

DISABILITY ACCESS 

The Board's meeting room, Room 282, Second Floor, City Hall, is wheelchair 
accessible. Large print copies of the agenda will be made available on request; 
please contact the Board's Office at 554-6720 at least two business days in advance 
of need. In order to allow individuals with environmental illness to attend 
meetings, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume or other scented 
products. 



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

Executive Director City Hall, Room 154-A 

(415) 554-6720 San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
Room 154-A City Hall 
icisco, CA 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 



meeting of the board of permit appeals 
Wednesday, January 6, 1993 
5:30 p.m., room 282, city hall 

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



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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from the Russian Hill Community Association requesting rehearing 
"of Appeal No. 92-192, 14 - 16 Delgado Place. Hearing December 2, 1992. After dis- 
cussion, upon motion by Commissioner Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the de- 
partment and GRANT the pejaffft with findings by President Eisenberg. 

ITEM B: Letter from Po Yong Huang, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-215 , 888 
Brannan Street. Hearing December 16, 1992. After discussion, upon motion by Com- 
missioner Alba, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Owens absent and Commissioner Felzer 
dissented) to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the penalty. uuCUMEIVi S DEPT, 

DEC a 1 1992 

ITEM C: Letter from Touraj Tehrany, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-213 , 517 
Clement Street. Hearing December 16, 1992. Upon motion by ^yitfJ^^^S&jberg, 
the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and REVOKE 
the permit. The appellant did not appear. 



APPEAL NO. 92-207 
ALBERT LACOSTE, Appellant LImposition of Penalty on 

vs. [October 23, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Responent [done at 315 Rutland Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 91212732. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-218 

HECTOR NAVARRO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [October 27, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1689 - 93 Folsom Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9211884. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-219 

KEN MUI & JESSE MUI, Appellants [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on November 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [9, 1992, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 800 Ulloa Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9217779. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-220 
KIMCO HOTEL & RESTAURANT MGMT. COTi tDenial on October 27, 1992, 

Appellant [by Department of Public Works, 

vs. [of Tables and Chairs Permit 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for sidewalk seating on Mason 

ISCOTT DISAPPROVAL [Street frontage along southeast 

[facade of "Cafe Pescatore", 
[at 425 North Point Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 6, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 92-222 

JIAN WEI LIN, Appellant genial on November 9, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [(awning) at 1634 Bush Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9217593. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-221 

MURAD A. MURADIAN, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [November 2, 1992, to William 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [E. Best, permit to Alter a 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 335 Quintara Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9202029. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-224 

ALICE SMITH, Appellant — [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [August 20, 1992, to Young Chi 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1445 Van Dyke Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9108133. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-216 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant "TDenial on October 29, 1992, 

(10) vs. [of Rear and Open Space Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 401 - 09 Naples Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.446VE. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-223 

ELYSE MARKS, Appellant [Determination on November 3, 

(11) vs. [1992, by the Zoning Adminis- 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [trator that a dog day care 

[service is not permitted at 
[1501 North Point Street in an 
[RM-4 zoning district. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



Date posted: December 30, 1992 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD QF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feidman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Room 154-A City Hal! 

San Francisco, CA 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13. 1993 

5:30 P.M.. ROOM 282. CITY HALL 



DOC! IWFMTS DEPT. 
JAN 8 1993 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



) Informational presentation by Jeremy Kotas, AIA, principal in Kotas/Pantaleoni Archi- 
tects, "What's left of freedom of expression in residential development?". 




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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A: Letter from John D. O'Sullivan, attorney for appellant, Mark Zimmelman, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-211 , 210 Post Street. Hearing December 9, 
1992. After discussion, upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 
4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department. 

ITEM B: Letter from Andrew Zacks, attorney for appellant requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 92-179 , 2237 Mason Street (San Remo Hotel). Hearing December 9, 1992. 
After discussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD 
the determination. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION : 

ITEM C: Letter from Peter Hong, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 



penalty imposed for Building Permit Application No. 9118104 to legalize basement 
rooms at 10 Sussex Street. 



Date penalty imposed 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



April 27, 1992 
May 12, 1992 
January 7, 1993 



JOHN FUETSCH, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-225 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[November 13, 1992, for work 
[done at 1205 Noe Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9216952. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



WING BON DONG, Appellant 
>) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-227 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[November 12, 1992, for work 
[done at 2729 - 33 McAllister St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9112738. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ROMUALDO 0. VALENCIA, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-235 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on November 30, 
[1992, for work done at 
[138 Southwood Drive. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E109454. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



STEPHENSON-RICHMAN ELECTRICAL, 
Appellant 
') vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-236 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on November 30, 
[1992, for work done at 
[896 Rhode Island Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E109134. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-229 

NICOLAY CLEVER, Appellant ^Denial on November 5, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 106 - 108 Ord Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9207873. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-228 

LOUIS A. LEONE, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [November 12, 1992, to Julia 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 118 Taraval Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9202481. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-245 

DORRIT EGLI, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [November 20, 1992, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Stephan Fornino, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1857 Broadway Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9218501. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-233 

JIMMY JEN, Appellant "[Denial on November 16, 1992, 

(11) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance sought 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[643 - 28th Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.337V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Commissioners ' Questions and Comments, 



Date posted: January 7, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible 
across Polk Street 
Streets. 



parking in the 
from City Hall 



Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF "PERMIT APPEMS 
Roorn 154-A City Hall S 
J>an Francisco, CA 94102 



City Librarian 
Publ ic Library 
Box 41 




1/ 

MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
*- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1993 DOO imfnts dept, 

^' ^ 5;30 P.M., ROOM 282, CITY HALL JAN 2 5 1 " 3 

/ SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Informational presentation by Larry Litchfield, Superintendent of Bureau of Building 
Inspection on "The Investigation Fee Process". 

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

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Touraj Tehrany, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 92-213 , 517 
Clement Street. Hearing December 16, 1992. Upon motion by President Eisenberg, 
the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and REVOKE 
the permit. The appellant did not appear . 

On January 6, 1993 the Board considered this Request for Rehearing and voted 5-0 
to DENY it. Mr. Tehrany did not appear for the reason he did not understand that 
the Board expected him to be present. To reconsider this matter the Board would 
rescind its vote of January 6th first and then hear from the appellant. 

APPEAL NO. 92-224 
ALICE SMITH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 20, 1992, to Young Chi 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Whang, permit to Erect a Buildina 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1445 Van Dyke Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9108133. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-239 

UNITED MERCHANDISING CORP., [Denial on November 23, 1992, 

dba "BIG 5 SPORTING GOODS", [of Dealer in Firearms and 

Appellant [Ammunition permit at 

vs. [at 1533 Sloat Blvd. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-244 
ISRAEL MEGERSSA-GENBABA AND [Denial on November 24, 1992, 

RAFIQ BILAL, dba "THE UPPER [of Dance Hall Keeper permit 

ROOM", Appellants [at 7 Grove Street, 

vs. [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-218 
HECTOR NAVARRO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [October 27, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1689 - 93 Folsom Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9211884. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-238 
DOUGAN CHAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [December 2, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 635 - 16th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9204666. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-240 
YEE LUNG HONG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [November 24, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 779 Treat Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9202392. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-241 
PRISCILLA LU, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(10) vs. [Penalty imposed on December 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [4, 1992, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 2101 Turk Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9112974. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-243 

JESSE ALMOND, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty for 

(11) vs. [work on December 3, 1992, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1122 Page Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9214840. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V92-230 
CHRISTOPHER LEVESQUE, Appellant TDenial on November 16, 1992, 

(12) vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 622 Douglass Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.134V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-237 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant [Determination by Zoning 

(13) vs. [Administrator on November 25, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1992, that the western property 

[line of 2927 Larkin Street is 
[deemed the rear line for cal- 
culating the rear yard under 
[Section-134 and that theplans 
[for a one-family house approved 
[by the Board under Appeal No. 
[92-106 cannot be approved unless 
[a variance Is granted from rear 
[yard standards. 

[APPLICATION NOS. 9109301, 9109304; 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



EETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 27, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. V92-242 
MARK BRAND, Appellant "[Appeal ing Condition 1 of 

I vs. [Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [granted on November 23, 1992, 

[for property located at 
[254 Hartford Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.626EV. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Annual Election of Officers. 



) Commissioners' Questions and Comments , 



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



) Executive Session : Performance Appraisal of executive director as required by Civil 
Service Commission. 



e posted: January 21, 1993 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPFAI S 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER I 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system 1s used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored 1f possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the'-Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 






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I) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
None. 



APPEAL NO. 92-253 



MUFID A. SHEHADAH, dba 
"SAHARA RESTAURANT", Appellant 
I) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"tDenial on December 9, 1992, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place 
[of Entertainment Permit 
[at 444 DeHaro Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RITA F0RNINO, Appellant 
\) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-226 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on November 20, 
[1992, for work done at 
[1855 - 1859 Broadway Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220329. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JAMES VLAHOS, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-246 



"[imposition of Penalty 
[on November 30, 1992, 
[for work done at 
[2260 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9214066, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PATRICK J. RYAN, Appellant 
>) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-247 



"[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed on 
[December 9, 1992, for work 
[done at 1337 Cortland Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9218789. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DAVID & CECILIA CHAN, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-250 



"[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed on 
[October 20, 1992, for work 
[done at 350 Bay Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 108306. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



SAM PON, Appellant 
i) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-251 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[December 7, 1992, for work 
[done at 1670 - 32nd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9123326. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 3, 1993 PAGE TWO 



MATTHEW EASLEY, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-252 



""[Appealing for Refund 
[of Penalty imposed on 
[December 16, 1992, for work 
[done at 1722 Newcomb Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207815. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ANDREW A. MAUDSLEY, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-248 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[December 3, 1992, to Robert 
[Birmingham, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 53 Winfield Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9210903. . 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LUIS PENELAS, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-254 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[December 8, 1992, to Rita 
[Chiu, permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 43 Santa Marina St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9021618S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PATRICK MEDIA GROUP, Inc., Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. Y92-255 

["Denial on December 17,1992, 



[of Sign Size, Height, and 
[Location Variances sought 
[for property located at 
[2566 Bayshore Boulevard. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.369V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Commissioners' Questions and Comments . 



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



(15) Executive Session: Performance Appraisal of executive director as required by Civ 
Service Commission. 



Date posted: January 28, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER HILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system 1s used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available 1n alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




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Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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City Librarian 
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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1993 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



)CI IMPMTS DEPT : 

FEB 16 1993 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC UBRAI 



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



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



ITEM A: 



92- 



Letter from Alice Smith, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
1445 Van Dyke Avenue. Upon motion by Commissioner Owens, the Board voted 
Eisenberg, Vice President Bradstreet, Comissioners Alba and Felzer 



224, 
{President 



1-4 (President Eisenberg, Vice President Bradstreet, Comissioners Alba and 
dissented) to overrule the department and revoke the permit. Four votes being 
necessary, the motion failed. Then on motion by President Eisenberg, the Board 
voted 4-1 (Commissioner Owens dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the 
permit with findings and CONDITIONS . 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD: 

ITEM A: Letter from F. H. (Joe) Smith, requesting that the Board take jurisdic- 



tion over Pushcart Peddler permit, N/E corner Van Ness and Grove Streets 



Date permit granted 
Appeal period ended 
Request for Jurisdiction 



December 24, 1992 
January 8, 1993 
February 8, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 93-004 



WILLIAM LEE, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"t Imposition of Penalty on 
[January 5, 1993, for work 
[done at 1718 - 45th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9218804. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-259 



SUTTER/FILLMORE NEIGHBORHOOD 
\) ASSOCIATION, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[December 17, 1992, to 
[Macedonia Baptist Church, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2135 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220822. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CATHERINE QUIGLEY, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-003 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[January 5, 1993, to Chris 
[Botta, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 521 Flood Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9206054S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DICK W. WONG, Appellant 

vs . 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V92-256 

"TDenial on December 18, 1992, 
[of Off-Street Parking Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 338 - 3rd Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.391V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 17, 1993, PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 93-001 



GRETCHEN HILLENBRAND, dba "THE STRAW, 
(7) THE JAR AND THE BEAN", Appellant 
vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appealing condition imposed 
[by the Department of City 
[Planning on December 24, 1992 
[on a Health Permit for a Retail 
[Specialty Food Store which 
[prohibits on site food consump- 
tion, tables and seating at 
[2047 Fillmore Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) Consideration of proposed department budget for Fiscal Year 1993-1994. 

(9) Commissioners' questions and comments. 

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



Date posted: February 11, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPFAI S 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 1n the appeal. See Article 5, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system 1s used at the hearing. 

American sign language Interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored If possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available In alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours In advance of need. 

To allow Individuals with environmental Illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station 1s the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A: Letter from Alice Smith, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
92-224 , 1445 Van Dyke Avenue. Upon motion by Commissioner Owens, the Board voted 
1-4 (President Eisenberg, Vice President Bradstreet, Comissioners Alba and Felzer 
dissented) to overrule the department and revoke the permit. Four votes being nec- 
essary, the motion failed. Then on motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 
4-1 (Commissioner Owens dissented) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit 
with findings and CONDITIONS . 

ADOPTION OF AMENDED FINDINGS : 

ITEM B: Appeal No. V92-255 , 2566 Bayshore Boulevard. Hearing February 3, 1993. 
After discussion, upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (Com- 
missioner Owens absent) to OVERRULE the department and GRANT the variance with find- 
ings. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C : Letter from Thomas Panel 1 i , requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over penalty imposed for Building Permit Application No. 9300785 to alter a building 
at 1626 North Point Street. 

Date permit issued January 19, 1993 

Appeal period ended February 3, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction February 17, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 92-259 
SUTTER/FILLMORE NEIGHBORHOOD [Protesting issuance on 

ASSOCIATION, Appellant [December 17, 1992, to 

vs. [Macedonia Baptist Church, 

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

[at 2135 Sutter Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220822. 
[THE PUBLIC HEARING WAS 
[CLOSED AFTER TESTIMONY 
[TAKEN ON FEBRUARY 17, 1993 
[AND THE MATTER CONTINUED TO 
[ALLOW COMMISSIONER OWENS TO 
[PARTICIPATE IN THE FINAL 
[DECISION. 



APPEAL NO. 92-227 



WING BON DONG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

) vs. [November 12, 1992, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2729 - 33 McAllister St, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9112738. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-007 

WILLIAM ERKELENS, Appellant 



.Imposition of Penalty on 
vs. [January 12, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1121 Polk Street. 

APPLICATION NO. 9020074. 
.FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-008 

JOSE M. FLORES, Appellant ""[ Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [January 19, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 169-171 Henry Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9215043. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-011 

JAY PATEL, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [January 20, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 4340 Judah Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9213154. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-012 

SOPHIA MA, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [January 13, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 440 Crestlake Drive. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9218458. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-002 
GERMAIN GSCHWIND, Appellant tDenial on January 5, 1993, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 324 - 326 Noriega Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9219226. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (10A), (10B) and (IOC) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-005 

GEORGE J. GROVER, JR., Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(10A) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200358. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-006 

GEORGE J. GROVER, JR., Appellant ^Protesting issuance on 

(10B) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-009 

PAUL J. RIEHLE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(IOC) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-010 

MIGUEL PAREDES, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

1) vs. [January 5, 1993, to Margaret 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [E. Nuccitelli, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[69 Pearl Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9206734. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



2) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ite posted: February 18, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 







Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 






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Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



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



) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 
ITEM A: Letter from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator, dated February 16, 1993, 



requesting rehearing of Appeal No. V92-255 , 2566 Bayshore Boulevard. Hearing February 
3, 1993. After discussion, upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 
4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to OVERRULE the department and GRANT the variance 
with findings. On February 24, 1993 the Board adopted amended findings by a vote 
of 4-0 (Commissioner Owens excused). 



REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION : 

ITEM B: Letter from Leonard W. Glauber, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 



over Building Permit Application No. 9119618 to alter a building at 593 Buena Vista 
West. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



August 18, 1992 
September 2, 1992 
February 22, 1993 



ITEM C : Letter from Joe R. Wyman of the Port of San Francisco, requesting that the 



Beard take jurisdiction over disapproval of Health Permit Application Referral for 
Commissary for the New York Frankfurter Company at 101 Embarcadero Center, Suite 
118. 



Date issued 

Appeal period ended 

Request for jurisdiction 



December 16, 1992 
December 31, 1992 
March 2, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 92-253 



MUFID A. SHEHADAH, dba 
"SAHARA RESTAURANT", Appellant 
J) vs. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"tDenial on December 9, 1992, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place 
[of Entertainment Permit 
[at 444 DeHaro Street. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-213 



TOURAJ TEHRANY, dba "YAHA", 
Appellant 
vs . 
SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



"[Revocation on October 20, 1992, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[permit at 517 Clement Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



LUIS PENELAS, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-254 



tProtesting issuance on 
[December 8, 1992, to Rita 
[Chiu, permit to Erect a 
[Structure at 43 Santa Marina St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9021618S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-018 



ALFRED J. SANCHEZ, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[2, 1993, for work done at 
[1604 Jackson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9218907. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALMA J. GRIFFIN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-019 



"tAppealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[8, 1993, for work done 
[at 135 Wilde Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9221641. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-013 



LAI RUI CHEN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"tlmposition of Penalty on 
[January 21, 1993, for 
[done at 1400 York Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9201711. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-015 



VALERIE VALDEZ, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



tAppealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on January 
[29, 1993, for work done 
[4267 - 23rd Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9209904. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RUBEN VILLALOBOS, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-016 



"tlmposition of Penalty on 
[January 28, 1993, for work 
[done at 1026 York Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9120429. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-014 



THOMAS & MELISSA SITTER, Appellants 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"tDenial on January 25, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1125 Taylor Street (awning) 
[APPLICATION NO. 9219423. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (12A) and (12B) shall be heard together 



OSGOOD ASSOCIATES, Appellants 
(12A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 92-257 



"tDenial on December 10, 1992, 
[of permit to Convert a Building 
[from Residential to Commercial 
[Use at 41-47 Osgood Place. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207171. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 92-258 
OSGOOD ASSOCIATES, Appellants "TiDenial n December 10, 1992, 

(12B) vs. [of permit to Convert a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [from Residential to Commercial 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [Use at 51-55 Osgood Place. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9215214. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-017 



EVERETT L. BOWDEN, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

(13) vs. [January 20, 1993, to Ed 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Rybicki, permit to Alter a 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 160 Julian Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9219412. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(14) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



)ate posted: March 4, 1993 



MFMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT j 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEYINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sectior 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contac 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late request 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1993 

5:30 P.M.. CITY HAIL. ROOM 282 




DOC'impmts DEPT, 
WAR 1 9 1993 

/SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A: Letter from Alice Loo, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 



parking and exposure variances and rear yard modification granted for property located 
at 2185 - 2193 Market Street (Variance Case No. 91.252V). 



Date of decision 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



September 29, 1992 
October 9, 1992 
March 16, 1993 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS: 

ITEM B: Appeal 
March 10, 1993. 
excuse President 
ney/client relationship 
motion by Vice president 
to UPHOLD the department 




57 and 92-258, 



berg 



L' - 47 and 51 - 59 Osaood Place. Hearing 
tion by Vice President Bradstreet, thir Board voted 5-0 to 
from parti cipaycing in the matter because of a prior attor- 
with one of ifie appellants. Then/after discussion, upon 
Bradstreet, tine Board voted 4-0 (President Eisenberg excused) 
and DENY th# permits. 

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EVERETT L. BOWDEN, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



ftpocfti ui\ oo„nn 



"^Protesting issuance on 
[January 20, 1993, to Ed 
[Rybicki, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 160 Julian Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9219412. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-253 



MUFID A. SHEHADAH, dba 
"SAHARA RESTAURANT", Appellant 
) vs . 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 

Respondent 



"tDenial on December 9, 1992, 
[of Dance Hall Keeper/Place 
[of Entertainment Permit 
[at 444 DeHaro Street. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



MARK ZIMMELMAN, Appellant 
) vs . 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 92-211 



"[Revocation on October 19, 1992, 
[of Second Hand Dealer-State 
[permit at 210 Post Street. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



JAMES R. SUTTON, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-021 



~tAppealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on February 10, 1993, 
[for work done at 2622 - 2624 
[Greenwich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9302008. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-022 

KENNETH E. NELSON, Appellant "^Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [February 4, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 45 Cumberland Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9201969. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-024 

JAMES D. GARZA, Appellant "T" Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [February 17, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 56 Sheridan Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9220697. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY, 



APPEAL NO. 93-026 

RICHARD H. WHITE, Appellant "^Appealing f or Refund of 

(9) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [9, 1993, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [3636 - 3618 Sacramento Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9212836. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-027 



DANIEL L. SCHER, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(10) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [18, 1993, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2245 Larkin Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9214770. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-020 

ANDREW BARTLETT, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [January 25, 1993, to Chris 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 161-163 - 27th St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9216428. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-023 

JOSEPH KAUFMAN, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(12) vs. [February 4, 1993, to Sisters 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of the Presentation, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building at 

[301 Ellis Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9204281. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-028 

VINKA AZICH & MICHAEL KOPEC, Appellants "^Protesting issuance on 
(13) vs. [February 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Larry McCauley, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Structure at 

[669 Rhode Island Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9204462S, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



IEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 24, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. V92-234 

GEOFFREY LaDOMUS, Appellant TOenial on November 18, 1992, 

) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance sought 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[2702B California Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.550V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V93-025 

LOURDES SAINEZ, Appellant "TAppealing Conditions of 

) vs. [Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 957 - 959 Alabama Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.542V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



te posted: March 18, 1993 



-..*)_, 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
m 154-A City Hall 
San Francisco, CA 94102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

DOC! IMENTS DEPT, 

WEDNESDAY, JIPRIL 7, 1993J ) APR _ g 19g3 

5:30 P.M., CITY~HALL, ROOM 282 SAN FBA ncisco 

_ PUBLIC LIBRARY 

D 

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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal Nos. 92-257 and 92-258 , 41 - 47 and 51 - 59 Osgood Place. Hearing 
March 10, 1993. Upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to 
excuse President Eisenberg from participating in the matter because of a prior attor- 
ney/client relationship with one of the appellants. Then after discussion, upon 
motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (President Eisenberg excused) 
to UPHOLD the department and DENY the permits. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Marilyn Wiley, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
Building Permit Application No. 9220380 to alter a building at 1948 Pacific Avenue. 

Date issued November 20, 1992 

Appeal period ended December 7, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction March 24, 1993 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY PERIOD TO REQUEST REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Letter from Margaret Nuccitelli, permit holder requesting jurisdiction be- 
yond the ten-day period to request rehearing of Appeal No. 93-010 . Hearing February 

— . j i;7Ji ,-» i wv. ■ ui^vu^Jlull) U|sv/li HIV/ V I VII <-> J fiOIUGItV L liCIIUCl ^) VUG UUU I U » t/ vCU 

5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit with CONDITIONS. The permit holder 
did not appear. 

Date of decision February 24, 1993 

Request for rehearing period ended March 8, 1993 
Request for jurisdiction March 25, 1993 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM D : Letter from Lourdes Sainez, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
V93-025 , 957 - 959 Alabama Street. Hearing March 24, 1993. After discussion, upon 
motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the conditions imposed 
by the department, requiring provision for two compact-sized cars in garage. 



APPEAL NO. 92-249 
JUSTINIANO J. GOMEZ, dba tDenial on December 2, 1992, 

"MANGO SAN MIGUEL", Appellant [of Peddler-Fruit Permit 

vs. [to operate in front of 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [2475 Mission Street. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-033 
FAGAN "JOE" SMITH, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 24, 1992 to John 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [E. Nazzal , dba "Oh. la. la!", 

Respondent [Pushcart Peddler permit to 

[operate on sidewalk at the 
[N/E corner of Van Ness Avenue 
[and Grove Street at south end 
[of City Hall. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 7, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-030 

THOMAS PANELLI, Appellant "^Appealing for Refund of 

(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on January 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [19, 1993, for work done 

[at 1626 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9300785. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-034 

SAN FRANCISCO HILTON, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [March 2, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 333 O'Farrell Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9221180. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-043 

KUO HSIUN CHIANG, Appellant tDenial on February 21, 1992, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2535 - 38th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8910470. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (8A), (8B) and (8C) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-005 

GEORGE J, GROVER. ,.1R, s Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(8A) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200358. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-006 

GEORGE J. GROVER, JR., Appellant" "[Protesting issuance on 

(8B) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-009 

PAUL J. RIEHLE, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

(8C) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 7, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 93-035 



I) 



JUSTIN FIRENZE, Appellant 

vs . 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated February 
[22, 1993 that approval of a 
[ground floor accessory dental 
[office in the residence at 
[3045 - 23rd Avenue requires 
[removal of existing ground floor 
[side and rear doors so that pro- 
[visions of Planning Code Sections 
[204 and 204.1 are met. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



.0) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ite posted: April 1, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Pnhov^ ij ^pldrns r! 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

nnnnn /->r- r>rnuTT AD&1TA1 e 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



7 

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Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS DOCC impmts ngpr. 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1993 APR 2 Q 1993 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 pSblic A ubrar? 

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



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

REQUEST FOR REHEARIN6 : 

ITEM A : Letter from Richard White, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
93-026 , 3616 - 3618 Sacramento Street. Hearing March 24, 1993. Upon motion by Com- 
missioner Alba, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the penalty. 
The appellant did not appear. 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM B : Appeal Nos. 92-257 and 92-258 , 41 - 47 and 51 - 59 Osgood Place. Hearing 
March 10, 1993. Upon motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to 
excuse President Eisenberg from participating in the matter because of a prior attor- 
ney/client relationship with one of the appellants. Then after discussion, upon 
motion by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (President Eisenberg excused) 
to UPHOLD the department and DENY the permits. 

APPEAL NO. 93-038 

CONSUMER AUTO BODY REPAIRS, [imposition of Penalty on 

Appellant [March 4, 1993, for work 

3) vs. [done at 923 Valencia Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9301407. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-062 

DAVID LOUIE, Appellant "llmposition of Penalty on 

*) vs. [March 29, 1993, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 199 Gennessee Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9303124. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-037 

RAMON SERRANO, Appellant tDenial on February 22, 1993, 

5) vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2984 - 23rd Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9302122. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-049 

LIBERTY HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSN., [Protesting issuance on March 

Appellant [9, 1993, to Daniel A. Sullivan, 

6) vs. [permit to Erect a Structure 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 105 Liberty Street. 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL * [APPLICATION NO. 9019596S. 



[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



7) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ite posted: April 15, 1993 



MFMBFRS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS "' 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 









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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Kuuerc r». reiunian 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF Ptktoil APHtALb 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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> MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

nor,i impwtr OEPT. 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1993 m 1 Q ig93 

A 5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 SAN FRANC .sco 

\\, , PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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

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

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Marilyn Wiley, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
Building Permit Application No. 9220380 to alter a building at 1948 Pacific Avenue. 

Date issued November 20, 1992 

Appeal period ended December 7, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction March 24, 1993 

ITEM B : Letter from Steven Vettel , attorney for Celal and Pakize Kiri, requesting 
that the Board take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9118988 to 
alter a building at 727 Goettingen Street. 

Date issued December 15, 1992 

Appeal period ended December 30, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction April 28, 1993 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C: Letter from John Nazzal and Jack Dudum, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
93-033 , Pushcart Permit for corner of Van Ness and Grove. Hearing April 7, 1993. 
After discussion, upon motion by Vice President Bradstrcet, the Beard voted 4-C (Com- 
missioner Owens absent) to OVERRULE the department with findings and REVOKE the per- 
mit. 

ITEM D : Letters from George Grover and Paul Riehle, requesting rehearing of Appeal 
Nos. 93-005 , 93-006 , and 93-009 , 870 North Point Street. Hearing April 7, 1993. 
After discussion, upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commis- 
sioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permits with CONDITIONS 
as recommended by the A. I. A., and with the additional CONDITION that the plans be 
revised to lower the rear of the building with ceiling heights reduced to eight feet. 

ITEM E: Letter from John Barbey, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-049 , 105 

Liberty Street. Hearing April 21, 1993. Upon motion by President Eisenberg, the 

Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. The appellant did 
not appear. 

APPEAL NO. 93-010 

MIGUEL PAREDES, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

\) vs. [January 5, 1993, to Margaret 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [E. Nuccitelli, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 

[69 Pearl Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9206734. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-048 
SHU MEI LEE, dba "FOREST CLUB", tDenial on March 17, 1993, 

Appellant [of Billiard Parlor permit 

vs. [at 46 West Portal Avenue. 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT, [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 12, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-053 

MARTHA JAWAD, dba "ARLINGTON ^Suspension on March 17, 1993, 

MARKET", Appellant [for 120 days of Mechanical 

(5) vs. [Amusement Device permit at 

SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT [488 Ellis Street. 

Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-051 
ADELE BERGMAN, Appellant "^Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [March 17, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1847 - 18th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9006934. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-052 

KWING SHUN KWONG, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [March 25, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 15 - 21 Tuscany Alley. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9217944. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-040 

FLORENCE CHANG, Appellant ^Appealing for Refund of 

(8) vs. [Penalty imposed on March 3, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1993, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1834 Filbert Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9206683. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-054 

DONALD SMITH, Appellant tDenial on March 18, 1993, of 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [772-774 - 14th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9301270. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-036 

ALL SEASONS HOTEL, Appellant [Determination dated February 24, 

(10) vs. [1993 by the Zoning Administrator 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [that the Harsch Investment Corp., 

[dba the All Seasons Hotel, owners 
[of the residential (group housing 
[and tourist hotel at 417 Stockton 
[Street, are required to obtain 
[conditional use authorization 
[from the Planning Commission to 
[convert the building to full 
[tourist hotel use under Section 
[212(e) of the City Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






• • 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 12, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 93-050 



ID 



PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Disapproval by the Department 
[of City Planning on December 16, 
[1992 of the proposed permit for 
[a Commissary for Hot Dog Carts 
[to the New York Frankfurter Co. 
[of California Inc. at 101 Embar- 
[cadero, Room 118 as referred by 
[the Department of Public Health. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



12) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



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



)ate posted: May 6, 1993 






HFHRFRS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contacl 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late request' 
will be honored if possible. 







Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refraiTi from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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

!) MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE: 
None. 



APPEAL NO. 93-010 



MIGUEL PAREDES, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[January 5, 1993, to Margaret 
[E. Nuccitelli, permit to 
[Alter a Building at 
[69 Pearl Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9206734. 
[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. 



RICHARD H. WHITE, Appellant 
) vs . 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-026 



"tAppealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[9, 1993, for work done at 
[3616 - 3618 Sacramento Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9212836. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



LOURDES SAINEZ, Appellant 

vs . 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-025 

"[Appealing Conditions of 
[Off-Street Parking Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 957 - 959 Alabama Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.542V. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



terns (6A) and (6B) shall be heard together 



TOM YEE, Appellant 
6A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-045 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[March 10, 1993, for work 
[done at 1234A - 1236B 
[Broadway Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9202571, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



TOM YEE, Appellant 
>B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-046 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[March 10, 1993, for work 
[done at 1234-36-38 Broadway 
[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9202572. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-055 



MICAELA SAAVEDRA, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[April 1, 1993, for work 
[done at 943 Somerset Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9018577. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CHARLES JUNG, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-056 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 18, 1993, for work 
[done at 1414 - 16th Avenue. 
[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 305754. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ANNE FISHER, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-057 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on April 
[1, 1993, for work done 
[at 343 Frederick Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9300810, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LEONARD W. GLAUBER, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-042 



"[Protesting issuance on August 
[18, 1992, to Theodore Taplin, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
Fat 593 Buena Vista West Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9119618. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALFHILDE M. SCHREIBER, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-082 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 12, 1993, to Dung Tung 
[Chiu, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 327 - 6th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9304651S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-090 



SUSAN AND LLOYD HARRIS, Appellants 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 29, 1993, to Yui Cheong 
[Ng, permit to Alter a Building 
[at 664 - 16th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220432S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DIMITRA'S SKIN CARE & DAY SPA, 
(13) Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-059 



Determination by the Zoning 
Administrator dated March 23, 
1993, that a massage establish- 
ment is not a permitted use in 
the West Portal Neighborhood 
^Commercial District and any 
^Police Department permit appli- 
cation for massage services in 
Dimitra's at 342 West Portal 
Avenue would have to be denied 
under Section 790.60 of the City 
Planning Code. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 26, 1993 PAGE THREE 



WALTER & ALICE LOO, Appellants 
(14) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-060 

TProtesting granting on 
[September 29, 1992, to William 
[A. Gravitt, Parking and Exposure 
[Variances and Rear Yard Modifi- 
[cation for property located at 
[2185 - 2193 Market Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.252V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(15) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: May 20, 1993 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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

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

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Gladys Magdangal , requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of rear yard variance sought for property at 258 Staples Avenue. 

Date of decision May 5, 1993 

Appeal period ended May 17, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction May 18, 1993 

ITEM B: Letter from Emma R. Corrales and Xiomara C. Olano, requesting that the Board 
take jurisdiction over Building Permit Application No. 9111384S to alter a building 
at 525 Rockdale Drive. 

Date issued April 29, 1993 

Appeal period ended May 14, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction May 19, 1993 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM C : Letter from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator for Department of City 
Planning, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-0 48, 46 West Portal Avenue. Upon 
motion by President Eisenberg, the Board vote 4-l~(Commissioner Felzer disssented) 
to OVERRULE the department and tne GRANT the permit with a six month probation and 
the CONDITION that live music shall be prohibited. President Eisenberg stated that 
this decision has no precedent value and is based solely on the unique facts of the case 



APPEAL NO. V93-060 

WALTER & ALICE LOO, Appellants "TProtesting granting on 

vs. [September 29, 1992, to William 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [A. Gravitt, Parking and Exposure 

[Variances and Rear Yard Modifi- 
cation for property located at 
[2185 - 2193 Market Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 91.252V. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 92-249 

JUSTINIANO J. GOMEZ, dba [Denial on December 2, 1992, 

"MANGO SAN MIGUEL", Appellant [of Peddler-Fruit Permit 

I) vs. [to operate in front of 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [2475 Mission Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-044 

ALAN R. ESQUIBEL, Appellant [Suspension on March 4, 1993, 

vs. [of Driver Public Vehicle 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit dba "City Cab Company" 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-063 

JOHN McNEILL, Appellant "~t Appealing for Refund of 

(6) vs. [Penalty imposed on April 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [2, 1993, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1355 Market Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9300250, 
TFOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-043 

ANDY FORREST, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on . . 

(7) vs. [March 4, 1993, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2038 - 2042A Leavenworth St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9301219. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-069 

JOSE CHAPARRO, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

(8) vs. Fimposed on March 31, 1993, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 3201 Mission Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9221412. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-068 

ALEXANDER BLAU, Appellant tDenial on April 14, 1993, of 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [2590 Sacramento Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9221857. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-047 

PATRICIA A. McCOLM, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [March 6, 1993, to Westwood 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Park Association, permit 

[to remove one tree on the 
[median island adjacent to 
-^ [580 Miramar Avenue. 

[ORDER NO. 161,609. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-061 

CHRIS FERRIGNO & MARTIN BOURNONESQUll [Protesting issuance on 

(11) Appellants, [March 23, 1993, to Robert 

vs. [Glazier, permit to Erect a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 3987 - 3989 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [26th Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9121517. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-064 

JUDITH KAMINSKY, Appellant [Protesting Issuance on 

(12) vs. [March 24, 1993, to Masato 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and Michel Inaba, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Alter a Building at 

[1109 Oak Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9302799. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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ED SUE, Appellant 
3) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-067 



"[Determination by the Zoning Admin- 
istrator dated Apil 6, 1993 that 
[demolition of the building at 
[1129 - 1131 Stockton Street is 
[not permitted by Section 812.396 
[of the Planning Code for the reason 
[it contains a residential unit 
[and is in the Chinatown Residential 
[Neighborhood Commercial District. 
[CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 92.708C. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



4) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ite posted: June 3, 1993 



MFMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall , Room 1 54- A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

Roonl54.A City Hail 
San Francisco, CA 34102 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 



MEETING OF THE BOARD Of PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1993 D0Cf ,MCMTq nt =PT, 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



JUN 1 4 1993 



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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
None. 



APPEAL NO. 93-076 



PENNY DUNN, dba "CUIDAD DE LOS 
NINO DE SALAMANCA, INC., Appellant 

vs . 
S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"tDenial on April 8, 1993, of 
[Second Hand Dealer permit at 
[4760 Mission Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-070 



JON K. ENGELKEN, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[April 14, 1993, for work done 
[at 499 Alabama Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303269. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JERRY HETTINGER, Appellant 
) vs . 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO, 93-074 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on April 18, 1993, for 
[work done at 555 DeHaro Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9302673. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MATTHEW J. McNAUGHTON, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-077 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on April 22, 1993, for 
[work done at 407 Holloway Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303062. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-105 



JOCELYNE GILBERT, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on May 13, 
[1993, to Charles Breidinger, 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 772 - 8th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9222365. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ems (8A), (8B) and (8C) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 93-066 



RICHARD A. MARTZ, Appellant 
\) vs. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 5, 1993, to Joseph 
[L. Jurkan, dba "The Mother- 
node", Dancehall Keeper, 
[Place of Entertainment and 
[Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permits at 1217 Sutter Street, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-071 



REVEREND WILLIAM M. HANLIN, Appellant 
(8B) vs. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 5, 1993, to Joseph 
[L. Jurkan, dba "The Mother- 
[lode", Dancehall Keeper, 
[Place of Entertainment and 
[Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permits at 1217 Sutter Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-072 



ROBERT HUTCHINSON, Appellant 
(8C) vs. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[April 5, 1993, to Joseph 
[L. Jurkan, dba "The Mother- 
[lode", Dancehall Keeper, 
[Place of Entertainment and 
[Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permits at 1217 Sutter Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Commissioners 1 Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: June 10, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 



at least 72 hours in advance of need. 



To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feldman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



City Librari^fi 
Public Library 
Box 41 / 




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PUBLIC LIBRARY 

EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED TO PUBLIC) 



The Board of Permit Appeals will meet in Room 282 in executive session (closed to 
the public) for the purpose of discussing the pending litigation as follows with 
representatives of the City Attorney's Office in compliance with California Govern- 
ment Code Section 54956.9(a). 

Superior Court Case No. 952391 

City and County of San Francisco vs. Board of Permit Appeals 

Variance Case No. 93.369V 

2566 Bayshore Blvd. (two billboards) 

BPA Appeal No. V92-255 (decided February 24, 1993) 



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

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Tom Watson of the 942 Divisadero Homeowners Association request- 
ing that the Board take jurisdiction over penalty imposed for work done at 942 Divisa- 
dero Street. 

Date penalty imposed May 19, 1993 

Appeal period ended June 3, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction June 28, 1993 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Patricia McColm, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-047 , 
removal of tree on median adjacent to 580 Miramar Avenue. Upon motion by Commis- 
sioner Felzer, the Board voted 2-2 (President Eisenberg and Commissioner Alba dis- 
sented, Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit. 

REQUEST FOR CLARIFICATION OF PRIOR DECISION: APPEAL NOS. 88-293, 88-294 & 88-295 . 

ITEM C : Letter from Michael J. Burke, attorney for Adiuvana-Invest, Inc., former 
permit holders for three permits for a multi-family residential project at 959 Powell 
and 8 Wetmore, requesting clarification of the Board's decision of June 5, 1991 and 
requesting that the Board ask the Superior Court to modify the writ it issued on 
June 25, 1990 so that the Court's directions will comply with state law and city 
ordinances. 

BPA disapproved permits on March 1, 1989. 

Superior Court remanded on June 25, 1990 for an E.I.R. 

BPA held hearing to establish scope of E.I.R. on June 5, 1991. 

[E.I.R. has not yet been prepared.] 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM D : Appeal No. V93-060 , 2185 - 2193 Market Street. Upon motion by President 
Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the variance with the CONDITION that the usage at the ground floor level 
shall exclude restaurants, video rental stores, mailbox stores and general and spe- 
cialty grocery stores for ten years with findings prepared by attorney for variance 
holder. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JULY 7, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-125 

SHINDUK CHANG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [June 29, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 674 - 35th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL ' [APPLICATION NO. 9216066. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (5A), (5B) and (5C) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-005 

GEORGE J. GROVER, JR., Appellant" "^Protesting issuance on 

(5A) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Demolish a Building 

[at 870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200358. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-006 

GEORGE J. GROVER, JR., Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(5B) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-009 

PAlll 0, RIEHLF., Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on 

(5C) vs. [January 4, 1993, to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Denis O'Riordan, permit 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [to Erect a Building at 

[870 North Point Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9200357S. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



Items (6A) and (6B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-083 

MARILYN WILEY, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

(6A) vs. [April 22, 1993, A. & E. Laub, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 1948 Pacific Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9304112. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-103 

MARILYN WILEY, Appellant "^Protesting issuance on 

(6B) vs. [November 20, 1992 to A. & E. 

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

[at 1948 Pacific Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9220380. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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NORTHWEST BERNAL BLOCK CLUB, 

Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-107 



"[Protesting issuance on March 
[16, 1993, to Monica Hujazi, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 3201 Mission Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9221412. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



te posted: July 1, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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

The appellant whose permit has been denied, revoked or suspended shall be allowe 
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 allowe 
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 argumen 
and three (3) minutes for rebuttal. The Board may request a departmental respons 
at its own discretion. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received a 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred befor 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

Mailed notice of public hearings on appeals are sent to all parties at least fiv 
days prior to the date of hearing. In the event that a matter is continued t 
a specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearin 
room, no additional mailed notice will be sent. Please call the Board office a 
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 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sectio 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contac 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late request 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

To allow individuals with environmental illness or multiple chemical sensitivity 
to attend the hearing, individuals are requested to refrain from wearing perfume 
or other scented products. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Robert H. Feidman 
Executive Director 
(415) 554-6720 



City and County of San Francisco 

BOARD OK PERMII APPEALS 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 



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Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 21. 1993 DOC« >mfnts dept. 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 JUL * 6 1993 

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

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V93-060 , 2185 - 2193 Market Street. Upon motion by President 
Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the variance with the CONDITION that the usage at the ground floor level 
shall exclude restaurants, video rental stores, mailbox stores and general and spe- 
cialty grocery stores for ten years with findings prepared by attorney for variance 
holder. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION OF UNWRITTEN DETERMINATION BY THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR : 

ITEM B : Letter from M. Brett Gladstone, attorney for the Committee to Save Poppy 
Lane, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over the Zoning Administrator's 
unwritten determination that Poppy Lane, Assessor's Block 6713, Lots 51, 55 and 56, 
are buildable lots. 



APPEAL NO. V93-025 

LOURDES SAINEZ, Appellant "TAppealing Conditions of 

) vs. [Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 957 - 959 Alabama Street „ 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.542V." 
[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-091 

CHARLIE ERAZO, dba "EL PADRINO tDenial on April 30, 1993, of 

BAR", Appellant [Mechanical Amusement Device 

) vs. [permit at 4541 Mission Street, 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-031 

ELIZABETH MA, Appellant ""[Appealing for Refund of 

) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [24, 1993, for work done 

[at 172 Raymond Avenue. 

[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 303642. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-078 

HELENE MANHEIM, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on April 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [22, 1993, for work done 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 220 Surrey Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9303682, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-095 

FOOK H. FONG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



Imposition of Penalty on 
May 11, 1993, for work 
done at 1235 Hyde Street, 
APPLICATION NO. 9215430, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-088 



MAIA KRACHE, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



""[Protesting issuance on 
[April 22, 1993, to Sirhed 
[Bassem, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 465-469 Castro St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9216599S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-092 



EDWARD & KATHLEEN ANDERSON, 
Appellants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[April 23, 1993, to Mark Shafiee, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 55 Dorantes Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9219824. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-029 



ALICE R. LANE, CONSERVATOR FOR 
ELIZABETH JAMERSON, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



^Denial by the Zoning Adminis- 
trator on February 8, 1993, of 
[alteration permit application 
[to expand a ground-story Non- 
conforming Commercial Use (retail 
[store) in violation of Section 
[181(a) of the City Planning 
[Code for property located at 
[1592 - 1594 Golden Gate Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9119581. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-093 



S.F. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN CENTERS, 
Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated April 30, 
[1993 requiring the Ecumenical 
[House at 190 Denslowe Drive 
[to obtain Conditional Use 
[Authorization to establish 
[legal use as a church with an 
[accessory restaurant. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Commissioners 1 Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: July 15, 1993 



HFMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities 
will be available. 



(including those using wheelchairs) 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library. 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY. AUGflST 471993 ' ^h 

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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V93-060 , 2185 - 2193 Market Street. Upon motion by President 
Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the variance with the CONDITION that the usage at the ground floor level 
shall exclude restaurants, video rental stores, mailbox stores and general and spe- 
cialty grocery stores for ten years with findings prepared by attorney for variance 
holder. 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION OF UNWRITTEN DETERMINATION BY THE ZONING ADMINISTRATOR : 

ITEM B : Letter from M. Brett Gladstone, attorney for the Committee to Save Poppy 
Lane, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over the Zoning Administrator's 
unwritten determination that Poppy Lane, Assessor's Block 6713, Lots 51, 55 and 56, 
are buildable lots. 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND THE FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM C: Letter from Peter L. Dwares, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Building Permit Application No. 9118238S to erect a structure at 112 Aita Street. 

Date permit issued June 25, 1992 

Appeal period ended July 10, 1992 

Request for jurisdiction July 22, 1993 

ITEM D : Letter from Robert Riddel 1 , requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of Building Permit Application No. 9307557 to construct an electronic 
display unit at 1600 Van Ness Avenue. 

Date permit denied June 24, 1993 

Appeal period ended July 9, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction July 27, 1993 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING: 

ITEM E : Letter from Sue Hestor, attorney for appellants, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal Nos. 88-293 - 88-295 , 959 Powell & 8 Wetmore Streets. Hearing July 7, 1993. 
Upon motion by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Bradstreet 
and Commissioner Owens dissented) to GRANT the request and to ask the City Attorney's 
Office to request a clarification of the order dated June 25, 1993 from the Superior 
Court as to what governs the Board's power to scope the E.I.R. required for this 
project. 



APPEAL NO. V93-025 
LOURDES SAINEZ, Appellant [Appealing Conditions of 

) vs. [Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 957 - 959 Alabama Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.542V. 
[FOR FURTHER REHEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V92-230 

CHRISTOPHER LEVESQUE, Appellant ^Denial on November 16, 1992, 

(4) vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 622 Douglass Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.134V. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-091 



CHARLIE ERAZO, dba "EL PADRINO 
BAR", Appellant 
(5) vs. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"tDenial on April 30, 1993, of 
[Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit at 4541 Mission Street, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-031 



ELIZABETH MA, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[24, 1993, for work done 
[at 172 Raymond Avenue. 
[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 303642. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-095 



FOOK H. FONG, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[May 11, 1993, for work 
[done at 1235 Hyde Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9215430. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-096 



GULAM NABI, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[May 18, 1993, for work done 
[at 617 - 619 Minna Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303300. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALLEN C. HAILE, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-097 



"t Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 19, 1993, for work done 
[at 156 Palm Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303724. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DARRYL BISHOP, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-098 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty Imposed on May 9, 
[1993, for work done at 
[1782 Palou Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100838. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



LIZA VOLANSKY, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORK, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-101 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalt 
"Imposed on May 26, 1993, for 
work done at 1638 - 25th Aveni 
APPLICATION NO. 9220091. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-058 



TAMAR AND EMANUEL MACABI, Appellants 
>) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting Issuance on 
[March 17, 1993, to Interna- 
tional Bank of California, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2122 - 26th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9222177. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-100 



MICHAEL FEDERLE, Appellant 
J) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[May 10, 1993, to Thomas Leyden, 
[permit to Erect a Structure 
[at 1288 Stanyan Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9001861S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PAUL KERNICH, Appellant 
») vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V92-260 

"TDenial on December 21, 1992, 
[of Minimum Lot Frontage, Rear 
[Yard and Usable Space Variances 
[sought for property located 
[at 4621-25 - 18th Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.189V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



5) Commiss loners' Questions and Comments. 



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



te posted: July 29, 1993 



MFMBFRS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBER6 PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 REHEARIN6 

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

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system Is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contac 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late request: 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available 1n alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 



Accessible seating 
will be available. 




for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert Riddel 1 , requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of Building Permit Application No. 9307557 to construct an electronic 
display unit at 1600 Van Ness Avenue. 



Date permit denied 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



June 24, 1993 
July 9, 1993 
July 27, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 93-036 



ALL SEASONS HOTEL, Appellant 
vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination dated February 24, 
[1993 by the Zoning Administrator 
[that the Harsch Investment Corp., 
[dba the All Seasons Hotel, owners 
[of the residential (group housing) 

[Street, are required to obtain 
[conditional use authorization 
[from the Planning Commission to 
[convert the building to full 
[tourist hotel use under Section 
[212(e) of the City Planning Code. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



HELENE MANHEIM, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-078 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on April 
[22, 1993, for work done 
[at 220 Surrey Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303682. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-104 



LOWELL BUCKNER, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 11, 1993, for 
[work done at 888 Elizabeth Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9016488. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HELEN GURMAN, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-109 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 28, 1993, for work done 
[at 2354 - 38th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9306298. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-110 



KEYHAN MOHANNA, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[June 2, 1993, for work done 
[at 1405 Greenwich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220693. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-058 



TAMAR AND EMANUEL MACABI, Appellants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[March 17, 1993, to Interna- 
tional Bank of California, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2122 - 26th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9222177. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-106 



CELESTE WEST, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on May 13, 
[1993, to Alan Klonsky, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[551-553 - 29th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207436S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-122 



EMMA R. CORRALES & XIOMARA C. 
OLANO, Appellants 
(11) vs* 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on April 
[29, 1993, to Barbara Wheeler, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 525 Rockdale Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9111384S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-029 



ALICE R. LANE, CONSERVATOR FOR 
ELIZABETH JAMERSON, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Denial by the Zoning Adminis- 
trator on February 8, 1993, of 
[alteration permit application 
[to expand a ground-story Non- 
conforming Commercial Use (retail 
[store) in violation of Section 
[181(a) of the City Planning 
[Code for property located at 
[1592 - 1594 Golden Gate Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9119581. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-089 



D. N. & E. WALTER & CO., Appellant 
(13) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator on April 26, 1993 
[that Planning Code Section 115(g) 
[standards must be applied to the 
[subject parking lot at 560 Mission 
[Street and that these standards 
[are mandatory and that the Zoning 
[Administrator/Planning Commission 
[have flexibility only in regard 
[to standards of other portions 
[of the Municipal Code and the 
[Bureau of Engineering. 
[CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 92.583C. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V93-108 

JOSEPH ATSUS, Appellant TDenial on May 18, 1993, of 

4) vs. [Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 55 - 57 Sharon Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.118V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



L5) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



L6) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ate posted: August 12, 1993 



MFMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

NEIL D. EISENBERG PRESIDENT 

ANGELA BRADSTREET VICE PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

JUANITA L. OWENS COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing.- 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating 
will be available. 



for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1993 AUG 1 9 1993 

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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A: Letter from Michael Federle, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-100 , 
1288 Stanyan Street. Hearing August 4, 1993. Upon motion by President Eisenberg, 
the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT 
the permit. The appellant did not appear. 

ITEM B : Letter from Sue Hestor, attorney for appellant, requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. V93-060 , 2185 - 2193 Market Street. Hearing June 9, 1993. Upon motion 
by President Eisenberg, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to UPHOLD 
the department and GRANT the variance with the CONDITION that the usage at the ground 
floor level shall exclude restaurants, video rental stores, mailbox stores and general 
and specialty grocery stores for ten years with findings prepared by attorney for 
variance holder. 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS: 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 93-089 , 560 Mission Street. Hearing August 17, 1993. Upon motion 
by Vice President Alba, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the determination of the 
Zoning Administrator that Section 155(g) standards of the Planning Code must be ap- 
plied to the subject proposed parking lot at 560 Mission Street and that these stan- 
dards are mandatory. This decision allows for the Zoning Administrator and tne Plan- 
ning Commission to have flexibility in regards to the implementation of these stan- 
dards. 



APPEAL NO. 93-122 
EMMA R. CORRALES & XIOMARA C. [Protesting issuance on April 

OLANO, Appellants [29, 1993, to Barbara Wheeler, 

vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 525 Rockdale Drive. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9111384S. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-093 
S.F. CAMPUS CHRISTIAN CENTERS, [Determination by the Zoning 

Appellant [Administrator dated April 30, 

vs. [1993 requiring the Ecumenical 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [House at 190 Denslowe Drive 

[to obtain Conditional Use 
[Authorization to establish 
[legal use as a church with an 
[accessory restaurant. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-073 
TAMAR SARKISSOFF, Appellant ""[Suspension for three weeks 

vs. [on April 6, 1993, by S.F. 

ARTS COMMISSION, Respondent [Arts Commission of Street 

[Artist Certificate for violation 
[of Street Artist Ordinance. 
[STREET ARTIST CERT. NO. 3506. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-084 

SHIH JYE SUN, Appellant "l Imposition of Penalty on 

(6) vs. [April 28, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 730 Santiago Street. 

[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 306937. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-112 

RUTH CARROLL, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [May 25, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 14 Roemer Way. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9304212. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-113 

SCOTT MOCK, Appellant ^Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [May 21, 1993, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 1475 Funston Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9211669. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-080 

JACOB MALEK-ZADEH, dba "VAL-GRIN'T tDenial on April 14, 1993, 

Appellant [of health permit application 

(9) vs. [referral for a Small Self- 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [Service Restaurant at 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [925 Cole Street. 

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APPEAL NO. 93-065 

SEARS STREET NEIGHBORS, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [March 25, 1993, to City 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Overhead Door, Inc., permit 

[to Alter a Building at 

[5976 Mission Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9304889. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-114 

GAN FAMILY TRUST, Appellants ""[Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [May 28, 1993, to the S.F. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Korean Presbyterian Church, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [permit to Alter a Building 

[at 5301 California Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9009177S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-135 

AIELEEN O'DRISCOLL, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on July 

(12) vs. [6, 1993, to Samir Waklleh, 

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

CITY PUNNING APPROVAL [at 2849 Greenwich Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9306487. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 25, 1993 PAGE THREE 



ANNA MARIE RIGGS, Appellant 
13) vs. 

OEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-150 



"[Protesting issuance on August 
[3, 1993, to John Wolohan, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 300 Valencia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9300498. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GLADYS MAGDANGAL, Appellant 
14) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-115 

TDenial on May 5, 1993, 
[of Rear Yard Variance sought 
[for property located at 
[at 258 Staples Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.044V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



15) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



17) Amendment to Rules of the Board Limiting Hearing Briefs and Exhibits to 12 Pages. 



)ate posted: August 19, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PFRHIT APPFAt S 






ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
JUANITA L. OWENS 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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



SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 tc 
a specific date by the presiding officer and announced to the parties in the hearinc 
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 < 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Sectior 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contac 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late request 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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SAN FRANCISCO 



HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE ; 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. V92-260 , 4621 - 4625 18th Street. Hearing August 4, 1993. Upon motion 
by Vice President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Owens absent) to 
OVERRULE the department and GRANT the variance with findings and conditions. 

ITEM B : Letter from Alice Lane, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-029 , 1592-1594 
Golden Gate Avenue. Hearing August 17, 1993. Upon motion by Vice President Alba, 
the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Felzer dissented) to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator 
with findings and DENY the permit. 

ITEM C : Letter from Ruth Carroll, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-112 , 14 
Roemer Way. Hearing August 25, 1993. Upon motion by Vice President Alba, the Board 
voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the penalty. The appellant did not 
appear. 

APPEAL NO. 90-021 

YOSSEDEK M. DESTA, Appellant [Revocation by the Police 

vs. [Commission issued on January 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [19, 1990 of authorization 

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



APPEAL NO. 93-081 
JOSE LUZ GONZALEZ, dba "LA CAMPANA\ tOenial on April 12, 1993, 

Appellant [of Billiard Parlor and 

vs. [Mechanical Amusement Device 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permits at 3309 Mission Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-111 

YOSSEDEK DESTA, Appellant "tAppeal of Police Commission deci- 

) vs. [sion on May 18, 1993, that Public 

S. F. POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [Convenience and Necessity has 

[not at this time been established 
[to require the operation of addi- 
tional taxicab permits (medallions) 
[for which applications have been 
[made. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 47-93. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-085 
ANNE WINTON, Appellant "tAppealing for Refund of Penalty 

) vs. [imposed on April 26, 1993, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 537 Connecticut St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9300595. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETIHG OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 22, 1993 PAGE TOO 



RICHARD & BARBARA LEE, Appellants 
(7) vs. 

OEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-116 



tlmposition of Penalty on 
[June 2, 1993, for work done 
[at 367 Arguello Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9304637. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-118 



JOSHUA CHEN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



""[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 4, 1993, for work done 
[at 4235-4237 21st Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303355. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-128 



MARJORIE A. VANDERSLOOT, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"tDenial on June 25, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[(awning) at 2642 Van Ness Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309429. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CELESTE WEST, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-106 



"[Protesting issuance on May 13, 
[1993, to Alan Klonsky, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[551-553 - 29th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207436S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO* 93-130 



DENNIS JAFFE, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[29, 1993, to Chris and John 
[Meharg, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 738 Ashbury Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309101. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ANNA MARIE RIGGS, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-150 



"[Protesting issuance on August 
[3, 1993, to John Wolohan, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 300 Valencia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9300498. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ANNIE A. WILLIAMS, Appellant 
(13) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-120 

TDenial on June 11, 1993, of 
[Off-Street Parking Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 2118 - 2124 Sutter Street, 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.137V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(14) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



(15) FURTHER HEARING ON ADDITION OF SECTION 6 TO ARTICLE I OF RULES OF THE BOARD OF PERM! 
APPEALS LIMITING NUMBER OF PAGES OF APPEAL BRIEFS TO TWELVE. 



Date posted: September 16, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
JUANITA L. OWENS 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER HILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



Other persons desiring to 
up to three (3) minutes. 



speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available In alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating 
will be available. 



for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs! 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1993 

5:30 P.M.. CmTHAir.'ROOH 282 

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



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MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 
None. 



APPEAL NO. 93-121 



ROSEMARY M. de HEER, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



tAppealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on June 9, 1993, for work 
[done at 428 Missouri Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9304635. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-131 



POLAND HUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[July 12, 1993, for work 
[done at 870 Darien Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9100448. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-134 



THOMAS R. LUCHINI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 20. 1993 j for work 
[done at 209 Tingley Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 8808326. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



THOMAS R. WATSON, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-136 



"tlmposition of Penalty on 
[May 19, 1993, for work done 
[at 942 Divisadero Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9221584. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-158 



MANUEL PALMA, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"tlmposition of Penalty on 
[August 11, 1993, for work 
[done at 455 Bartlett Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307567. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-159 



DAVID K. JONE, Appellant 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"tlmposition of Penatly on 
[July 30, 1993, for work 
[done at 88-94 Valparaiso St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207944. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-171 



YOU PONG LAU, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"tlmposition of Penalty on 
[August 26, 1993, for work 
[done at 318 Faxon Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9221164. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-138 



JAMES & CAROLE KROTZER, Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[July 16, 1993, to Arthur T. 
[Chen, permit to Alter a Bui 1 ci- 
ting at 1627 - 17th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309914. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-152 



DEETJE BOLER, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[July 26, 1993, to John Sullivan, 
[permit to Erect a Structure at 
[2155 Hayes Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9221640S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-155 



ROSE MARIE SHISHKIN & RUTH BALAGUE, 

Appellants 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on July 
[27, 1993, to Ming G. To, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 415 - 44th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9020569S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 




ECLECTIC COMMUNICATIOf 

Appj 
(13) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93- 133 



"tAppeal of Zoning Administrator's 
[interpretation dated July 8, 1993, 
[that the Sheriff's Residential 
[Placement/Program at 111 Taylor 
[Street yi in violation of Plan- 
[ning Cjeme Sections 101.1 and 
[249 .&\b) and not in conformity 
[with the Master Plan. 
[E0R HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: September 30, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating 
will be available. 



for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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'* t> MEETIN G Of THE" WARD Of PBOTIT APPEAL S dooumwt* dept. 

°( /3 P WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13,J99* C?r B 1S33 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 / SAN francisco 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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



HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR FURTHER INSTRUCTION : 

ITEM A : Letter from City Attorney's Office dated September 8, 1993 requesting further 
instruction concerning the Board's recent decision in the matter. 959 Powell/8 Wet- 
more Streets; Appeal Nos. 88-293, 88-294, 88-295. On July 7, 1993, the Board voted 
3-2 to order the City Attorney's Office to file a motion in Superior Court requesting 
Judge Dearman to clarify his July 25, 1990 order. Judge Dearman's order remanded 
the cases to the Board for a new decision after an environmental impact report on 
the project had been prepared and certified by the City Planning Commission. 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Joseph and Cecilia Tsu, requesting that the Board take juris- 
diction over Building Permit Application No. 9222041S to erect a building at 6115 
Geary Blvd. 

Date issued April 26, 1993 

Appeal period ended May 11, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction September 14, 1993 

ITEM C : Letter from Gregory S. Porter, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Building Permi I Application No. 9305980 to alter a building at 3433 Irving Street. 

Date issued June 28, 1993 

Appeal period ended July 13, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction September 15, 1993 

ITEM D : Letter from Anthony Limtiaco, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over denial of rear yard and usable open space variances sought for property located 
at 47 Skyview Way. 

Date of decision August 31, 1993 

Appeal period ended September 10, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction September 24, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 93-147 



JAMES A. HEAGY, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on 

vs. [July 29, 1993, to Ronald 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Dumont, dba "City Forest 

[Catering", Dance Hall/Place 
[of Entertainment permit at 
[at 254 Laguna Honda Blvd. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-094 

ROBERT STONE, Appellant "^Suspension for three weeks 

) vs. [on May 3, 1993, by the S.F. 

ART COMMISSION, Respondent [Art Commission of Street 

[Artist Certificate for violation 

[Street Artist Ordinance. 

[STREET ARTIST CERT. NO. 1861. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-117 



STEVEN COHEN, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on June 14, 
[1993, for work done at 
[3489 - 3499 Sacramento Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9118000. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-123 



GLADYS HAMILTON, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



t Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 11, 1993, for work done 
[at 924 - 934 Divisadero Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9302236. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-126 



BILL WAH SUI, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on June 22, 
[1993, for work done at 
[1642 - 24th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307139. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GEORGE A. MAUMER, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-148 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 3, 1993, to Angela 
[Ung, permit to Alter a Build- 
[ing at 3001 - 22nd Street* 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307378.' 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-182 



BARBARA LANDT & KELLY KARASEK, 
Appellants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 25, 1993, to Mia Mus- 
[grove, permit to Erect a Struc- 
ture at 16 Edgewill Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303053S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MABEL YEE, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-119 

[Denial on June 11, 1993, of 
[Off-Street Parking and Exposure 
[Variances sought for property 
[located at 1320 Green Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.119V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ECLECTIC COMMUNICATIONS, INC., 
Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-133 



"tAppeal of Zoning Administrator's 
[interpretation dated July 8. 1993 
[that the Sheriff's Residential 
[Placement Program at 111 Taylor 
[Street is in violation of Plan- 
ning Code Sections 101. 1 and 
[249.5(b) and not in conformity 
[with the Master Plan. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 13, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 93-153 

JAMES & LEENA KRASNO, Appellants "TDetermi nation dated July 26, 1993 

2) vs. [by the Zoning Administrator that 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [construction of the alteration 

[at 1549 - 16th Avenue has not 
[been done in compliance with Board 
[conditions imposed with its deci- 
sion on Appeal No. 92-052 decided 
[September 2, 1992. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9023807. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



14) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



ate posted: October 7, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

MARY G. MURPHY COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEYINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 







CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154- A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS AND REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Lt. Thomas P. Donohoe, of the Police Department Legal Division, 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-111 , appeal of Taxicab Public Convenience and 
Necessity findings. Hearing September 22, 1993. Upon motion by Vice President Alba, 
the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the Police Commission and ISSUE 189 additional taxicab 
permits. 

REQUESTS FOR HEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Robert W. Passmore, Zoning Administrator, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 93-128 , 2642 Van Ness Avenue. Hearing September 22, 1993. Upon motion 
by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department and GRANT 
the permit with findings. 

ITEM C : Brief from Joseph K. Bravo and Andrew M. Zacks, attorneys for appellant 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-036 , The All Seasons Hotel. Hearing August 
17, 1993. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President 
Alba and Commissioner Felzer dissented) to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator with amend- 
ed findings. 

APPEAL NO. 9 3-176 

ALL SEASONS HOTEL, Appellant "[Appeal of Zoning Administrator's 

) vs. [determination dated August 17, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1993 concerning the inadequacy 

[of notice given by the All Seasons 
[Hotel under the California Govern- 
[ment Code and the City Planning 
[Code for invocation of the 
[California Streamlining Act for 
[the conversion of the hotel at 
[417 Stockton Street to full tourist 
[use without Conditional Use 
[authorization by the Planning 
[Commission. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-137 

NAM VAN DOAN, dba "L' AMOUR CLUB", [Denial on July 9, 1993, of 

Appellant [Billiard Parlor/Mechanical 

•) vs. [Amusement Device permit at 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [600 Jackson Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-140 

RENEE ZIKRY, Appellant ~~ [imposition of Penalty on 

>) vs. [July 26, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2282 - 40th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9305258. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-143 

ALISON WAHL, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

>) vs. [imposed on August 2, 1993, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 251 Cumberland St. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9311186. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 20, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-144 



MARCO R. SALINAS, Respondent 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[August 3, 1993, for work 
[done at 170 Colon Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303941. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-145 



R0D0LF0 M. VITANGCOL, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 26, 1993, for work 
[done at 234 - 236 Lee Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9222004. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-146 



EMMA F. HUTCHINGS, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



^Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 4, 1993, for work 
[done at 134 Lunado Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9310379. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DONNELLA T. DENT, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-149 



"t Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 6, 1993, for work 
[done at 969 Hoi lister Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9302196. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-129 



PRISCILLA BULL, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on July 6, 1993, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 420 Precita Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307195. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-141 



RONALD A. MIRKOVICH, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on July 8, 1993, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1695 - 11th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303015S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



HUNG & ALAN JOE, Appellants 
(13) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-156 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[July 29, 1993, to George and 
[Terry Tom, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1082 Washington St, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9214051. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 20, 1993 PAGE THREE 



■) 



ELLEN KERNAGHAN, ANNA & 
EDWARD EVERETT, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-186 



"[Protesting issuance on Septem- 
ber 2, 1993, to Laurence McAuley, 
[permit to Erect a Building at 
[710 - 712 Wisconsin Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9209214S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



>) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Le posted: October 14, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

MARY G. MURPHY COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 



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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 

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



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

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ruth Balague and Rose Marie Shi skin , requesting rehearing of 
Appeal No. 93-155 , 415 - 44th Avenue. Hearing October 6, 1993. Upon motion by Com- 
missioner Felzer, the Board voted 4-0 (President Bradstreet absent) to UPHOLD the 
department and GRANT the permit. 



APPEAL NO. 93-112 



RUTH CARROLL, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 25, 1993, for work 
[done at 14 Roemer Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9304212. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



JADIN CHAN, Appellant 
4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-154 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 11, 1993, for work 
[done at 806 - 45th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303289. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-157 



JOSE Q. AQUINO, JR., Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 30, 1993, for work 
[done at 583 Moultrie Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307279. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-166 



MARIE WYLAN, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[August 23, 1993, for work 
[done at 1533 McAllister Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9300886. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-173 



ELENA RIVERA, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 25, 1993, for work 
[done at 718 Brazil Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9213642. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-160 



DENNIS PARLANTE, Appellant 
8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 

[August 3, 1993, to Jessie 

[Galzote, permit to Alter a 

[Building at 31 Ervine Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9210514. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-163 



DONALD B. THACKREY, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 5, 1993, to Laurence 
[and Aiko Cuneo, permit to Erect 
[a Structure at 4343 Army Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9019995S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MARK LINDZY, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-164 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 5, 1993, to Mike Issa, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 320 - 11th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9311458. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Commissioners 1 Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: October 21, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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 
and shall be allowed seven (7) minutes for their presentation and three 
for rebuttal . 



speak first 
(3) minutes 



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. 

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



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 



at 



The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



f MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS Doni 

J/^ WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 199l ) 

— —^ /SAN FRANCISCO 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 p ^-^ library 

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

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. V93-119 , 1320 Green Street. Hearing October 13, 1993. Upon 

motion by Commissioner Chan, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department and GRANT 

the variances with the CONDITION that the fourth unit be rented at an affordable 
level . 

REHEARING OF CLARIFICATION OF PRIOR DECISION: APPEAL NOS. 88-293, 88-294 & 88-295 . 

ITEM B : Letter from Michael J. Burke, attorney for Adiuvana-Invest, Inc., former 
permit holders for three permits for a multi-family residential project at 959 Powell 
and 8 Wetmore, requesting clarification of the Board's decision of June 5, 1991 and 
requesting that the Board ask the Superior Court to modify the writ it issued on 
June 25, 1990 so that the Court's directions will comply with state law and city 
ordinances. 

BPA disapproved permits on March 1, 1989. 

Superior Court remanded on June 25, 1990 for an E.I.R. 

BPA held hearing to establish scope of E.I.R. on June 5, 1991. 

[E.I.R. has not yet been prepared.] 



APPEAL NO. 93-161 

JUNE TRAN VANH, dba "METAL [Denial on August 3, 1993, 

RECYCLING, INC., Appellant [of Junk Dealer permit at 

vs. [at 1438 Donner Avenue. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-087 

JOHN W. THOMAS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [April 29, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 15 Sumner Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9202106, 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-168 



JESUS & LASTENIA ANDRADE, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellants [August 11, 1993, for work 

vs. [done at 1044 Munich Street. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 310084. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-174 
LYDIA MARTINEZ, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [August 26, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent Ldone at 878 Hampshire Street 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9301227. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING Or 1 THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 10, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-177 



MARCO RUIZ, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

ULPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 30, 1993, for work 
[done at 1221 Alemany Blvd. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309640. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-132 



KERRY K. CLARK, Appellant 
l«) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 2, 1993, to the 499 
[Alabama Corporation, permit 
[to Alter a Building at 
[499 Alabama Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303269. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (9A) and (9B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 93-169 



ELIZABETH WILBER & SALLY PINA, 
Appellants 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 13, 1993, to the 
[Dolores Street Community 
LCenter at 208 Dolores Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9313814. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-213 



ELIZABETH WILBER & SALLY PINA, 
Appellants 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 12, 1993, to the 
[Dolores Street Community 
[Center at 208 Dolores Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9317194. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-189 



PIERRE GOLDENSTEIN & MARIUCA NAUM, 

Appel lants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 3, 1993, to George 
[Reinhardt, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 1730 - 8th Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9216601. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JOEL PATHMAN, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V93-086 

~~ [Denial of Rear Yard Variance 
[for property located at 
[38 Samoset Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.089V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) 



RALPH HURTADO, Appellant 



APPEAL NO. V93-170 



vs 



ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



FDenial on August 25, 1993, of 
[of Off-Street Parking Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 2115-2117 - 22nd Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.309V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-214 



IRENE MAR, Appellant 
L3) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appeal of Administrative Deter- 
mination dated October 27, 1993 
[by the S.F. Zoning Administrator 
[on the proposed use of 1540 Pine 
[Street for Motorcycle Sales and 
[Service in the Polk Street Neigh- 
borhood Commercial District. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



L4) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ate posted: Novmeber 4, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

MARY G. MURPHY COMMISSIONER 

DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 



. 







CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 public library 

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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR MODIFICATION OF CONDITIONS : 

ITEM A : Letter from Bret Husted, general contractor for Samir Wakileh, requesting 
that the Board extend the deadline of October 15, 1993 to allow time to install win- 
dows and complete interior finish work for Appeal No. 93-135 , 2849 Greenwich Street. 
Hearing August 25, 1993. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 
to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the permit with CONDITIONS . 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Ahmad Mohazab, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over 
denial of off-street parking variance sought for property located at 814-24th Avenue. 

Date of decision October 22, 1993 

Appeal period ended November 1, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction November 4, 1993 



REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM. C : Letter from Donald Thackrey, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-163 -, 
4343 Army Street. Hearing October 27, 1993. Upon motion by Commissioner Felzer, 
the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Chan absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT 
the permit with CONDITIONS and findings by President Bradstreet. 

ITEM D : Letter and brief from appellants and their attorney Sue C. Hestor requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 93-182 , 16 Edgehill Way. Hearing October 13, 1993. Upon 
motion by Commissioner Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT 
the permit. 

ITEM E : Brief from Joseph K. Bravo and Andrew M. Zacks, attorneys for appellant 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-036 , All Seasons Hotel. Hearing August 17, 
1993. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Alba 
and Commissioner Felzer dissented) to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator with amended 
findings. 



APPEAL NO. 93-176 

ALL SEASONS HOTEL, Appellant [Appeal of Zoning Administrator's 

vs. [determination dated August 17, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1993 concerning the inadequacy 

[of notice given by the All Seasons 
[Hotel under the California Govern- 
ment Code and the City Planning 
[Code for invocation of the 
[California Streamlining Act for 
[the conversion of the hotel at 
[417 Stockton Street to full tourist 
[use without Conditional Use 
[authorization by the Planning 
[Commission. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 17, 1993 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-184 



THAM M. NGO, dba "HEN NAM 

COFFEE SHOP", Appellant 
(4) vs. 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



"[Revocation on August 31, 1993, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit at 501 Ellis Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-165 



TED TABAR, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 20, 1993, for work 
[done at 1424-26 21st Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9213737. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-183 



MALCOLM P. LEE, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 9, 1993, for work 
[done at 1543 - 26th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8818936. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-178 



BELLACHS LEATHER, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 30, 1993, 
[of permit to Erect a Sign 
[at 1600 Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307557. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-179 



ADVERTISING PRODUCTS, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



'[Denial on August 25, 1993, 
[of permit to Erect a Sign 
[at 3251 - 20th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9312031. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-172 



JANE PALECEK, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 12, 1993, to Stephen Moore 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[at 816 Dolores Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9311914. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-185 



KWONG TAI CHONG, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CTIY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 14, 1993, to Chris- 
topher Cersley, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 120 Valmar Terrace 
[APPLICATION NO. 9301979. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-192 



THOMAS E. KARNES, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



Protesting issuance on 
September 10, 1993, to Charles 
E. Garcia, permit to Alter a 
Building at 4525 - 18th Street. 
APPLICATION NO. 9315679. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 17, 1993 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. V93-181 

JERRY KLEIN, Appellant "TAppealing Conditions of Off- 

L2) vs. [Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 58 CaselH Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.219V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



L3) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ate posted: _ November 10, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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



on an appeal may spea* once tor 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



■"•\n.HO(JNV0 




MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
[^ WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1993^ DOCum«.t S oept. 



5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



^OV 2 4 1993 

'SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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

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

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Brief from Joseph K. Bravo and Andrew M. Zacks, attorneys for appellant 
requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-036 , All Seasons Hotel. Hearing August 17, 
1993. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Alba 
and Commissioner Felzer dissented) to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator with amended 
findings. 

APPEAL NO. 93-176 

ALL SEASONS HOTEL, Appellant "[Appeal of Zoning Administrator's 

(3) vs. [determination dated August 17, 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [1993 concerning the inadequacy 

[of notice given by the All Seasons 
[Hotel under the California Govern- 
ment Code and the City Planning 
[Code for invocation of the 
[California Streamlining Act for 
[the conversion of the hotel at 
[417 Stockton Street to full tourist 
[use without Conditional Use 
[authorization by the Planning 
[Commission. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-167 

CLAUDE & MICHELINE LAMBERT, [Determination by the Zoning 

Appellants [Administrator dated August 

(4) vs. [12, 1993 addressed to Claude 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [and Micheline Lambert c/o 

[Andrew Zacks, Esq. that conver- 
sion of the use of the building 
[at 715 Bush Street from nixed 
[residential and tourist use to 
[all tourist use requires Condi- 
tional Use Authorization under 
[the provisions of the Planning 
[Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (5A) and (5B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-215 

HEATHER J. HINDMARSH, dba "CORPORATE [Revocation on October 18, 

STRESS MANAGEMENT", Appellant [1993, of Masseuse permit. 

(5A) vs. [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 

APPEAL NO. 93-216 

HEATHER J. HINDMARSH, dba "CORPORATE [Revocation on October 18, 1993, 

STRESS MANAGEMENT", Appellant [of Outcall Massage permit. 

(5B) vs. [FOR HEARING TODAY. 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



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APPEAL NO. 93-160 



DENNIS PARLANTE, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 3, 1993, to Jessie 
[Galzote, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 31 Ervine Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9210514. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-210 



JANDALI CONSTRUCTION, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on October 6, 1993, for 
[work done at 1133 Filbert Street, 
[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 312585. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V93-211 



ANTHONY LIMTIACO, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on August 31, 1993, of 
[Rear Yard and Usable Open Space 
[Variances sought for property 
[located at 47 Skyview Way. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.216V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: November 23, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



Other persons desiring to 
up to three (3) minutes. 



speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests mat appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 nailed 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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 



The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1993^ 
5:30 P.M., TOGir28Z7TrfrHALL 



DOC IMFMTS DEPT, 
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/SAN FRANCISCO 
' PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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



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

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Thomas Karnes, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
93-192 , 4525 - 18th Street. Hearing November 17, 1993. Upon motion by Commissioner 
Murphy, the Board voted 4-0 (Vice President Alba absent) to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the permit with the CONDITION that upon transfer of title of the property 
that the wall-railing along the west side of the subject deck will be lowered to 
42" above the deck and that the permit holder shall record this condition on a Notice 
of Special Restrictions. 



APPEAL NO. 93-111 



YOSSEDEK DESTA, Appellant 

vs. 
S. F. POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent 



"[Appeal of Police Commission deci- 
sion on May 18, 1993, that Public 
[Convenience and Necessity has 
[not at this time been established 
[to require the operation of addi- 
tional taxicab permits (medallions) 
[for which applications have been 
[made. 

[RESOLUTION NO. 47-93. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-197 



CLARA SAIZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 28, 1993, for work 
[done at 520 Flood Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303203. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



JOSEPH J. MALTA, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-195 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on September 
[23, 1993, for work done at 
[545 Burnett Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303548. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-193 



SHABNAZ MOSTAGHIM, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 10, 1993, to Malta 
[and Company, permit to Alter 
[Building at 545 Burnett Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303548. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



SHELDON MILSTEIN, Appellant 
7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-196 



t Denial on September 14, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2559 - 29th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9303112. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-169 

ELIZABETH WILBER & SALLY PINA, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [August 13, 1993, to the 

(8) vs. [Dolores Street Community 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Center at 208 Dolores Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9313814. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-194 

GUY YAGUNOFF, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [September 20, 1993, to Patrick 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 227 Romain Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9312854. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-198 

KATHERINE APPLEGARTH, Appellant ~~ [Protesting issuance on 
(10) vs. [September 16, 1993, to Jennie 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [& David Pacheco, permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 68 Mars Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309372. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-199 

HAROLD A. SOLINGER, Appellant [Protesting on issuance on 

(11) vs. [September 29, 1993, to Michael 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 55 Ord Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309745S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(12) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: December 2, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



Other persons desiring to 
up to three (3) minutes. 



speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



I !L V MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

' iov ^r-~ -^ DOC impmtS DEPT. 

J£ \r WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1393^ DEC 101993 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 / AN francisco 

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



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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Michael Dietzen, dba "Doherty's Pub", requesting that the Board 
take jurisdiction over denial of mechanical amusement device permit at 1430 Noriega 
Street. 

Date of decision November 15, 1993 

Appeal period ended November 30, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction December 6, 1993 



APPEAL NO. 93-184 

THAM M. NGO, dba "HEN NAM [Revocation on August 31, 1993, 

COFFEE SHOP", Appellant [of Mechanical Amusement Device 

vs. [permit at 501 Ellis Street. 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-202 

JUANA PEREZ-GOMEZ, dba "MANGO [Denial on September 28, 1993, 

SAN MIGUEL", Appellant [of Pushcart Peddler permit to 

) vs. [operate at the corner of 23rd 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [and Mission Streets. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-208 

IRVING ZIMMELMAN, dba "ZIMMELMAN [Denial on October 5, 1993, 

& SONS", Appellant [of Second Hand Dealer-State 

) vs. [permit at 210 Post Street. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-204 

THOMAS DOYLE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on October 1, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [1993, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [2812 - 21st Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9303547. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-209 

VICTOR VUONG, Appellant [imposition of Penalty on 

) vs. [October 14, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2918 - 19th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9208792. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-200 



WILLARD P. JOHNSON, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on September 15, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 566 Kansas Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9308067. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-207 



JOHN PARR & DEBORAH KING, 
Appel lants 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on October 5, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 671 Edinburgh Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9315595. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-203 



HENRY CARLISLE, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 24, 1993, to Jerome 
[and Holly Suich, permit to Alter 
[a Building at 2315 Broadway St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9315044. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: December 9, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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



SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 




A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 



Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 



to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please 
City to accommodate these individuals. 



s 

other 

help the 



The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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Document Department 
Public Library 

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

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 93-111 , Police Commission Resolution 47-93 (Taxicab Public Con- 
venience & Necessity hearing). Rehearing held December 8, 1993. After discussion, 
upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to DENY the request for 
continuance from Chief Ribera. Then on motion by Vice President Alba, the Board 
voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the Police Commission's Findings and make findings that the 
public convenience and necessity require that the Police Department GRANT 50 addi- 
tional taxicab medallions, five of which will be for paratransit vehicles to serve 
the disabled. 



terns (3A) and (3B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-190 

DENNIS JAFFE & CYNTHIA SCOTT, [Appealing for Refund of 

Appellants [Penalty imposed on September 

3A) vs. [20, 1993, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 764 - 766 Asbury Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9304275. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-191 

DENNIS JAFFE & CYNTHIA SCOTT, [Appealing for Refund of 

Appellants [Penalty imposed on September 

3B) vs. [20, 1993, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 764 - 766 Asbury Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9303659. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-217 



DENNIS LUCCHESI, Appellant "[Imposition of Penalty on 

4) vs. [October 13, 1993, for work 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 272 Broad Street. 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 8918794. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-224 

RAYMOND MAK, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

5) vs. [November 12, 1993, for work 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 28-30 Shotwell Street 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9312229. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






APPEAL NO. 93-225 



DONALD BONDARENKO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

6) vs. [November 4, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1726 Alabama Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9307776. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-230 

WANDA CHIU, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [December 6, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2248 Vicente Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9213680. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-231 

RUSSIAN HILL INVESTORS, Appellant [Denial on November 23, 1993, 

(8) vs. [by Bureau of Building Inspection 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of a request for extension of 

BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL [the start date for foundation 

[work for a six-unit condominium 

[building at 1035-45 Vallejo St. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806682S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-205 

JOHN BUICK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(9) vs. [September 24, 1993, to J. Guiral, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Erect a Building (one- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [family home) at 2675 - 25th Avenue 

[APPLICATION NO. 9109308S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-228 

NOE VALLEY MERCHANTS ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on 

(10) vs. [November 16 , 1993 s to Super- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [cuts, Inc., permit to Alter 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Building at 4031 - 24th Street 

[for a haircutting shop. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9318517. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-162 

COMMITTEE TO SAVE POPPY LANE, [Appeal of determination by 

Appellant [the Zoning Administrator based 

(11) vs. [on a letter dated April 20, 1993 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [by the City Attorney, that Lot 

[56 on Assessor's Block 6713, 
[101 Poppy Lane, is a buildable 
[lot. 

[BLDG. PERMIT APP. NO. 9209507S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V93-238 

CITY OF PARIS RESTAURANT, ~~ [Denial on December 9, 1993, 

Appellant [of Sign (Size and Height) 

(12) vs. [Variance sought for property 

ZONING ADMINISTATOR, Respondent [located at 550 Geary Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.594V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 

(14) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 
Date posted: December 30, 1993 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 




American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 



Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 



The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 



There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



s 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 19% business-science 

•s. ^ DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



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JAN 7 1994 

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1) Public Comment: Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutesf^^^s^flker. 

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 93-111 , Police Commission Resolution 47-93 (Taxicab Public Con- 
venience & Necessity hearing). Rehearing held December 8, 1993. After discussion, 
upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to DENY the request for 
continuance from Chief Ribera. Then on motion by Vice President Alba, the Board 
voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the Police Commissions' Findings and make findings that the 
public convenience and necessity require that the Police Department GRANT 50 addi- 
tional taxicab medallions, five of which will be for paratransit vehicles to serve 
the disabled. 

REQUEST FOR CLARIFICATION/REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letters from Zoning Administrator and attorneys for appellant, requesting 
clarification/rehearing of Appeal No. 93-176 , 417 Stockton Street, dba "All Seasons 
Hotel". Hearing December 1, 1993. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board 
voted 4-0 (Commissioner Murphy excused) to OVERRULE the determination and GRANT the 
conditional use application as submitted to the Planning Department. 



APPEAL NO. 93-167 

CLAUDE & MICHELINE LAMBERT, [Determination by the Zoning 

Appellants [Administrator dated August 

vs. [12, 1993 that conversion of 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [the use of the Cornell Hotel 

[at 715 Bush Street from mixed 
[residential and tourist use 
[to all tourist use requires 
[Conditional Use Authorization 
[under the provisions of 
[the Planning Code. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-172 

JANE PALECEK, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [August 12, 1993, to Stephen Moore, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 816 Dolores Street (add deck). 

[APPLICATION NO. 9311914. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-196 

SHELDON MILSTEIN, Appellant [Denial on September 14, 1993, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2559 - 29th Avenue (allow 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [second unit). 

[APPLICATION NO. 9303112. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-208 

IRVING ZIMMELMAN, dba "ZIMMELMAN "[Denial on October 5, 1993, 

& SONS", Appellant [of Second Hand Dealer-State 

vs. [permit at 210 Post Street. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JANUARY 12, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-223 

ERIC J. FRIEDMAN, Appellant [Revocation September 23, 

(7) vs. [1993, of Driver Public 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Passenger Vehicle permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-201 

AHDI NASHASHIBI, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [September 29, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 99 Magellan Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9315070. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-212 

LE0P0LD0 SAAVEDRA, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [October 25, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1519 Innes Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9213305. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-227 



ROY ADAMS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(10) vs. [November 16, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 543-545 Central Ave, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9305938. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-198 

KATHERINE APPLEGARTH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(11) vs. [September 16, 1993, to Jennie 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [and David Pacheco, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 68 Mars St, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309372. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-206 

BAYVIEW HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOC, [Protesting issuance on October 

Appellant [1, 1993, to Archie & Sons, 

(12) vs. [permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 5 Bayview Park Road. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9317136. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V93-226 

AHMAD MOHAZAB, Appellant "TDenial on October 22, 1993, 

(13) vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 814 - 28th Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.476V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(14) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 

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

Date posted: January 6, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits. 

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 bp filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 5, Section 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 




American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
* WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27l9 9fo DOOJii-pmts dept. 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 ^ AM c L 4 

/SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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

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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Mohammad G. Kashifmian requesting that the Board take juris- 
diction over revocation of Driver Public Passenger Vehicle permit based on nonpayment 
of the 1 icense fee. 

Date of decision October 18, 1993 

Appeal period ended November 2, 1993 

Request for jurisdiction January 11, 1994 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM B : Letter from Elizabeth Nash, of Noe Valley Merchants, appellants requesting 
rehearing of Appeal No. 93-228 , Supercuts, 4031 - 24th Street. Hearing January 5, 
1994. Upon motion by Commissioner Murphy, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the depart- 
ment and GRANT the permit. 

APPEAL NO. 93-227 



ROY ADAMS, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

) vs. [November 16, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 543-545 Central Ave, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9305938. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-244 

LYNNE ELMAN, Appellant [Denial on December 16, 1993, 

vs. [of Pushcart Peddler permit 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [for sales of essential oils 

[in front of 3817 - 24th Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-236 

GERARD CRACAS, Appellant [Suspension for three weeks 

) vs. [on December 7, 1993, by the S.F, 

ART COMMISSION, Respondent [Art Commission of Street Artist 

[Certificate for violatior: of 

[Street Artist Ordinance 41-83. 

[STREET ARTIST CERT. NO. 1908. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-237 

MARTIN BUTSCHECK, Appellant [Suspension for three weeks 

) vs. [on December 7, 1993, by the S.F 

ART COMMISSION, Respondent [Art Commission of Street Artist 

[Certificate for violation of 

[Street Artist Ordinance 41-83. 

[STREET ARTIST CERT. NO. 3300. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 2, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-235 

CHI ICH TRAN, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(7) vs. [December 16, 1993, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 1767-27th Ave 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9310040. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-241 

ASSUNTA LEONETTI, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(8) vs. [December 30, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 839 Rutland Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9206084. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-243 

ROSALBA RAYGOZA, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(9) vs. [December 15, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2619 Folson Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9302455. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-229 

KLAUS ZIMMERMAN, Appellant [Denial on November 9, 1993, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2913 - 2915 Octavia Street. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9311799. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-239 

JORDAN K. ATZEFF, Appellant [Denial by the Department of 

(11) vs. [City Planning on December 7, 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [1993 of an alteration permit 

[to legalize the expansion of 
[a nonconforming use antique 
[furniture restoration business 
[at 3100 Steiner Street, dba 
["Cow Hollow Woodworks". 
[APPLICATION NO. 9310820. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-240 

SANCHEZ ST. HOMEOWNERS ASSN., [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [November 16, 1993, to John i 

(12) vs. [Cuneo, permit to Alter a 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Building at 1171 Sanchez St, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9307261S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-002 

RANDY GEORGE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(13) vs. [January 4, 1994, to Martin Eng, 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 949-953 Lombard Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9400117. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 2, 1991 PAGE THREE 



4) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



ite posted: January 27, 1994 



MEM BERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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

SPECIAL NOTES 



on an appeal may speak once for 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. _ 




American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS Don impntr oept. 
^Kcf WEDNESDAY. FEBRTJArT9, 199j> FEB 41S ~ 4 

5:30 P.M. ■ CITY HALL, ROOM 282 ^pS™bTary 



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

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

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ahmad Mohazab, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
V93-226 , 814 - 28th Avenue. Hearing January 12, 1994. Upon motion by Commissioner 
Murphy, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and DENY the variance. 

APPEAL NO. 90-021 

YOSSEDEK M. DESTA, Appellant [Revocation by the Police 

i) vs. [Commission issued on January 

POLICE COMMISSION, Respondent [19, 1990 of authorization 

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

APPEAL NO. 93-244 

LYNNE ELMAN, Appellant [Denial on December 16, 1993, 

\) vs. [of Pushcart Peddler permit 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [for sales of essential oils 

[in front of 3817 - 24th Street. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-033 

FAGAN "JOE" SMITH, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

3) vs. [December 24, 1992, to John 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [E. Nazzal , dba "Oh. 1 a. la! " , 

[Pushcart Peddler permit to 
[operate on sidewalk at the 
[N/E corner of Van Ness Avenue 
[and Grove Street at south end 
[of City Hall . 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-219 

MANJEET SINGH, Appellant [Revocation on October 18, 

vs. [1993, of Driver Pub! ic 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Passenger Vehicle permit. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-234 

DELBERT WONG, dba "FAMILY [Suspension (120 days) on November 

BILLIARDS", Respondent [30, 1993, of Mechanical Amusement 

vs. [Device permit at 2807 Geary Blvd. 

S.F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 9, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 93-221 



ROD WESSEL, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[November 2, 1993, for work 
[done at 475 Collingwood Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9212459. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



R. CLIFFORD JOHNSTON, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-232 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 7, 1993, for work 
[done at 1555 - 18th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9215445. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BARBARA L. KOHN , Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-233 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[December 6, 1993, for work 
[done at 817-821 Oak Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9311979. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) Annual Election of Officers. 



(12) Commissioners' Questions and Comments, 



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



Date posted: February 3, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eight copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 




American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing, 
will be honored if possible. 



Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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KLAUS ZIMMERMAN, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 93-229 



[Denial on November 9, 1993, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2913 - 2915 Octavia Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9311799. 
[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY, 



ROBERT SIU, Appellant 
) vs. 

ART COMMISSION, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 93-175 



[Suspension for three weeks on 
[September 13, 1993 for using a 
[salesperson, and suspension for 
[two months on December 7, 1993 
[for selling uncertified goods 
[by the S.F. Art Commission of 
[Street Artist Certificate for 
[violations of Street Artist 
[Ordinance 41-83, and Appellant 
[seeks certification of goods for 
[sale denied by Art Commission. 
[STREET ARTIST CERT. NO. 4361. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-006 



ROBERT & VERA POON, Appellants 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING SUSPENSION 



[Suspension on January 12, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 500 Lansdale Avenue (increase 
[height of top floor) . 
[APPLICATION NO. 9320075. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 







WILLIAM F. McDONAGH, JR., Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V93-218 

"["Denial on October 22, 1993, 
[Off-Street Parking Variance 
[sought for property located 
[at 2310-14 - 22nd Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.212V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



terns (6A) and (6B) shall be heard together 



>A) 






APPEAL NO. 93-187 



CHARLES MOSSER, Appellant 

vs. 
CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Protesting approval on 
[September 2, 1993 by the City 
[Planning Commission of a major 
[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
[ment of a retail/office complex. 
[PLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 93-188 

MERRILL REESE, INC., Appellant "^Protesting approval on 

(6B) vs. [September 2, 1993 by the City 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, Respondent [Planning Commission of a major 

[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
ment of a retail/office complex. 
[PLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: February 10, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL „NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



a 1 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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Public Library 

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



APPEAL NO. 93-231 



RUSSIAN HILL INVESTORS, Appellant 
(2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on November 23, 1933, 
[by Bureau of Building Inspection 
[of a request for extension of 
[the start date for foundation 
[work for a six-unit condominium 
Tbuilding at 1035-45 Vallejo St. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8S06682S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODA*. 



APPEAL NO. 93-162 



COMMITTEE TO SAVE POPPY LANE, 
Appel lant 
(3) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appeal of determination bv 
[the Zoning Administrator based 
[on a letter dated April 20, 1993 
[by the City Attorney, that Lot 
[56 on Assessor's Block 6713, 
[101 Poppy Lane, is a buildable 
[lot. 

[BLDG. PERMIT APP. NO. 92C9507S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-242 



MilHALL UihTZEN, dba "DOHERTY'S 

NO MERCY SALOON", Appellant 
(4) vs. 

S. F. POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Denial on November 15, 1993, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit at 1430 Noriega Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-005 



EFRAIN RODRIGUEZ, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on January 
[13, 1994, for work done at 
[2623 Folsom Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9220842. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-011 



ALFRED J. SANCHEZ, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on February 
[9, 1994, for work done at 
[625 Polk Street, "California 
[Cul inary Academy" . 
[APPLICATION NO. 9319371. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-004 



MARK HAMILTON, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on January 12, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 644-648 Fillmore Street 
[(legalize existing fourth 
[floor of occupancy) . 
[APPLICATION NO. 9316671. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, FEBRUARY 23, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-001 

FON OCK & WAH JIN TOY, Appellants [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [December 22, 1993, tc Wong -era, 

SEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Alter a Buildinc 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [at 226 - 228 Balboa Street 

[(relocation of bathrooms and 

[stairway and addition of 

[skyl ights) . 

[APPLICATION NO. 9320872. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9} Consideration of proposed department budget for Fiscal Year 1994-1995, 



(10) Commissi oners' Questions and Comments. 

Items (11A) and (11B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 93-187 

CHARLES MOSSER, Appellant ~ " " [Protesting approval on 

(11A) vs. [September 2, 1993 by the City 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, Respondent [Planning Commission of a major 

[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
ment of a retail/office complex. 
TPLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 93-188 

MERRILL REESE, INC., Appellant " [Protesting approval on 

(11B) vs. [September 2, 1993 by the City 

CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, Respondent [Planning Commission of a major 

[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
ment of a retail/office complex. 
[PLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



Date posted: February 17, 1994 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 

WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

MARY G. MURPHY COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by eignt copies and be received at 
the Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessioi 1 1 ty hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that otner 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

Tne closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and tne 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be avai lable. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 




MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2,19%P 
5:30 P.M., triTTffiiirROOM 282 



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



ms (2A) and (2B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 93-187 



CHARLES MOSSER, dba "VICTORIAN 
) HOTEL", Appellant 

vs. 
CITY PLANNING COMMISSION, Respondent 



[Protesting approval on 
[September 2, 1993 by the City 
[Planning Commission of a major 
[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
ment of a retail/office complex 
[(Pacific Center) . 
[PLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-188 



MERRILL REESE, INC., dba "MERRILL'S 
) DRUG STORES", Appellant 

vs. 
CITY PLANNING COMMISSION 



[Protesting approval on 
[September 2, 1993 by the City 
[Planning Commission of a major 
[alteration of the building at 
[801 Market Street under Sections 
[309 and 1111.6 of the Planning 
[Code to allow a proposed develop- 
ment of a retail/office complex 
[(Pacific Center) . 
[PLANNING COMMISSION MOTION NO. 
[13565 ON APPLICATION NO. 91.159XH 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Commissioners' Questions and Comments 



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



te posted: February 24, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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

SPECIAL NOTES 



on an appeal may speak once for 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 



received at the 



The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honorec if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at ( 415 j 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N whicn 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs, 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Room 154-A Wywtt^ 
San Francisco, lft^- wt 



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5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 S ^ R ' : 

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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Yossedek Desta, appellant requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 
90-021 , revocation of authorization for motorized rickshaw/sightseeing bus permit. 
Heading February 9, 1994. Upon motion by Vice President Alba, the Board voted 5-0 
to UPHOLD the department and SUSTAIN the revocation of the authorization. 

ITEM B : Rehearing request from Andrew Zacks, attorney for appellant, Appeal No. 
93-167 , The Cornell Hotel at 715 Bush Street, of determination by the Zoning Admin- 
istrator that conversion of the use of the building from mixed residential and tourist 
use to all tourist use requires conditional use authorization. Hearing January 12, 
1994. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 2-2 (Vice President Alba 
and Commissioner Felzer dissented, Commissioner Murphy excused) to UPHOLD the deter- 
mination. Four votes being necessary to overrule a department, the department is 
deemed upheld by a 2-2 vote. President Bradstreet requested the City Attorney's 
office to prepare findings for adoption later. 



APPEAL NO. V93-226 



AHMAD MOHAZAB, Appellant [Denial on October 22, 1993, 

vs. [of Off-Street Parking Variance 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [sought for property located 

[at 814 - 28th Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.476V. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-232 



R. CLIFFORD JOHNSTON, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [December 7, 1993, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 1555 - 18th Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9215445. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-012 

LINCOLN LEE & DIEGO MONTOYA, [Imposition of Penalty on 

Appellants [January 28, 1994, for work 

vs. [done at 815 - 817 South Van 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Ness Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9312759. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-007 

RENE E. PEINADO, Appellant [Denial on January 24, 1994, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2148 Sutter Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9319889. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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



MIA MUSGROVE, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-008 



[Denial on January 18, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 16 Edgehill Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9400004. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V94-009 



RUFINO & ALICIA HERNANDEZ, 
Appellants 
(8) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Denial on January 27, 1994, 
[of Rear Yard Variance sought 
[for property located at 
[1052 - 1054 Hampshire Street, 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.576V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 



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



Date posted: March 3, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

The order of presentation of an appeal shall be as follows: In the case of appeal 
Df denials, revocations and suspensions the representatives of the department, 
Doard, 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. 

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

SPECIAL NUItS 



Ml original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honorec if possible. 



# 



Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1994 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 




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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ivan M. Gold, attorney for appellant, Merrill Reese, Inc., re- 
questing rehearing of Appeal No. 93-188 , Pacific Center at 801 Market Street. Hearing 
March 2, 1994. Upon motion by Vice President Alba, the Board voted 4-0 (President 
Bradstreet excused) to UPHOLD the Planning Commission and GRANT approval with a 
CONDITION : Condition 1A as set forth in Exhibit A of Planning Commission Motion 
13565 is hereby amended by the addition of the underscored language in the last sen- 
tence as follows: 

"The project shall include a neighborhood-serving variety/drugstore of a standard 
prototypical size in the industry, unless such use is already provided within 400 
feet of the Project, measured to the east and west along the south line of Market 
Street and to the south , at the time of issuance of the first certificate of occu- 
pancy." 

ITEM B : Letter from Alfred J. Sanchez, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. 94-011 , California Culinary Academy at 625 Polk Street. Hearing February 23, 
1994. Upon motion by Commissioner Chan, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department 
and SUSTAIN the penalty. The appellant did not appear. 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS/REQUEST FOR CLARIFICA] JON/KhHEARING : 

ITEM C : Appeal No. 93-176 , All Seasons Hotel at 417 Stockton Street. Appeal of 
Zoning Administrator's determination concerning inadequacy of notice given by All 
Seasons Hotel under California Government Code and City Planning Code for invocation 
of California Streamlining Act for conversion of hotel to full tourist use without 
Conditional Use Authorization by Planning Commission. Hearing December 1, 1993. 
Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Murphy excused) 
to OVERRULE the Zoning Administrator and find that under the California Streamlining 
Act the Conditional Use Application was approved as submitted. 



1. Findings prepared 
adoption of findings.) 



by City Attorney's Office. (Three votes are necessary for 



2. Letters from Andrew Zacks and Joseph Bravo, attorneys for Harsch Investment Cor- 
poration, dba "All Seasons Hotel" and from Robert Passmore, Zoning Administrator, 
requesting rehearing. (Four votes are necessary for granting rehearing.) 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS/REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM D : Appeal No. 93-167 , The Cornell Hotel at 715 Bush Street, appeal of deter- 
mination by the Zoning Administrator that conversion of the use of the building from 
mixed residential and tourist use to all tourist use requires conditional use authori- 
zation. Hearing January 12, 1994. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board 
voted 2-2 (Vice President Alba and Commissioner Felzer dissented, Commissioner Murphy 
excused) to UPHOLD the determination. Four votes being necessary to overrule a de- 
partment, the department is deemed upheld by a 2-2 vote. President Bradstreet re- 
quested the City Attorney's Office to prepare findings for adoption later. 



1. Findings prepared 
adoption of findings.) 



by City Attorney's Office. (Three votes are necessary for 



2. Letter from Andrew Zacks, attorney for The Cornell Hotel, requesting rehearing, 
(Four votes are necessary for granting rehearing.) 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MARCH 23, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-013 

PING LI, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(3) vs. [January 28, 1994, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 483 Vernon Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9321093. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-014 

AURELIO VELASCO, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

(4) vs. [February 15, 1994, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 831 London Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9317441. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-020 

TAN YEUNG LEE, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

(5) vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [17, 1994, for work done at 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [286 Goettingen Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9315768. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V94-018 

DANIEL RAY BACON, Appellant Denial on February 9, 1994, 

(6) vs. [of Rear Yard Variance sought 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[567 - 573 Hayes Street, 
[(addition at rear) 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.589V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-019 

HOTEL & RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES [Appeal of the Zoning Administra- 

LOCAL #2, Appellant [tor's determination dated Febru- 

(7) vs. [ary 10, 1994 that the work shown 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [in the modified plans for the 

[renovation of the Sir Francis 
[Drake Hotel at 450 Powell Street 
[is a minor alteration under 
[Section 1111 of the City Planning 
[Code. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9322367. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) Commissioners' Questions and Comments. 

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



Date posted: March 17, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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 natter 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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets . 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 






MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1994 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



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



MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Rufino Hernandez, appellant, requesting rehearing of Appeal 
No. V94-009 , 1052 - 1054 Hampshire Street. Hearing March 9, 1994. Upon motion by 
Commissioner Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and DENY the rear 
yard variance. 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS: 



ITEM 



No. V93-086, 



B: Appeal 

motion by Commissioner 

GRANT the variance with findings 

one-hour firewall shall be installed along the property line and deck brought into 

compliance with Building Code requirements. (Findings by appellant) 



38 Samoset Street. Hearing November 10, 1993. Upon 
Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department and 

CONDITION 



by President Bradstreet and the 



that a 



TEM C: Appeal 

motion by Commissioner Murphy, 



Upon 

and GRANT 



No. V93-170, 



2115 - 2117 22nd Street. Hearing November 10, 1993. 
the Board voted 5-0 to OVERRULE the department 
the variance with findings and the CONDITION that a hydraulic parking lift 



shall be used to meet the parking requirements to allow retention of the third dwell 
ing unit. (Findings by City Attorney) 



Appeal No. V93-211 , 47 Skyview way. Hearing December 1, 1993. Upon motion 
by Commissioner Chan, the Board voted 4-1 (Commissioner Murphy dissented) to OVERRULE 
the department and GRANT the variance with findings by President Bradstreet and allow 
the deck with the CONDITION that the deck be cut back three feet and no sunroom shall 
be constructed unless it meets with the Building and Planning Codes. (Findings by 
City Attorney) 



ITEM E : Appeal No. 93-239 , 3100 Steiner Street. Hearing February 2, 1994. Upon 
motion by Vice President Alba, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Murphy absent) to 



OVERRULE the department and GRANT the alteration permit application to legalize the 
expansion of the nonconforming use antique furniture restoration business, dba "Cow 
Hollow Woodworks". (Findings by City Attorney) 



ROSEMARIE PICONE, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAl NO. 94-022 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 7, 1994, for work 
[done at 1315 - 29th Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207560. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MICHAEL VAN BRUNT, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-024 



^Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 16, 1994, for work 
[done at 737 Hyde Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9311094 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 6, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-026 



EPIFANIO ALCANTAR, Respondent 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 9, 1994, for work 
[done at 250 Munich Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9308808. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-027 



TERRY C. FUNG, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 16, 1994, for work 
[done at 127 Amazon Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9317565. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-015 



ALICE LANE, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on February 15, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 1592 Golden Gate Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9318417. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-023 



MING G. TO, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
BUILDING INSPECTION REVOCATION 



"[Revocation on March 8, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 415 - 44th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9020569S. 

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|_TUK hCHKll^b IUUMI . 



Items (9A) and (9B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 94-028 



ANDRE & EVELINA DEOCARES-LENGYEL," 

Appellants 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 3, 1994, to Yvette 
[Properties, permit to Demolish 
[a Single-Family Dwelling at 
[350 - 25th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309019. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-029 



ANDRE & EVELINA DEOCARES-LENGYEL," 

Appellants 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"{Protesting issuance on 
[March 3, 1994, to Yvette 
[Properties, permit to Erect 
[a Three-Unit Dwelling at 
[350 - 25th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309018S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-016 

HAU SEC HA, dba "RUSS DRY CLEANING 11 ^ 

Appellant 
(10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



Interpretation of Section 186 
of the Planning Code by the 
Zoning Administrator dated 
January 31, 1994 limiting the 
use of the property at 1515 
Waller Street to a nonconforming 
dry cleaners and laundry estab- 
lishment and not to serve as 
^an industrial laundry service 
for other businesses. 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 6, 1991 PAGE THREE 



1) Conn issi oners' Comments and Questions: Code Enforcement Reform Task Force materials 



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



te posted: March 31, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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

SPECIAL NOTES 



for 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 



the 



The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal. See Article 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



date of a 
5, Section 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 






Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



f^,/u MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS ^'*'7! 

dWv " APR 1 5 1994 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1994 



5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Brief from Joseph K. Bravo and Andrew M. Zacks, attorneys for appellant, 
Harsch Investment Company, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 93-036 , for All Seasons 
Hotel at 417 Stockton Street. Hearing August 17, 1993. Upon motion by President 
Bradstreet, the Board voted 3-2 (Vice President Alba and Commissioner Felzer dis- 
sented) to UPHOLD the Zoning Administrator with amended findings. 



ITEM B : Letter from Sue C. Hestor, attorney for appellant, Hotel Employees and Res- 
taurant Employees Local 2, requesting rehearing of Appeal No. 94-019 , Sir Francis 
Drake Hotel at 450 Powell Street. Hearing March 23, 1994. Upon motion by Commis- 
sioner Chan, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Murphy excused) to UPHOLD the deter- 
mination that renovation of the Sir Francis Drake is a minor alteration under Sec- 
tion 1111 of the City Planning Code with the CONDITION that the permit holder shall 
retain the bronze retail enframements on the facade of the restaurant. 



APPEAL NO. V94-018 

DANIEL RAY BACON, Appellant [Denial on February 9, 1994, 

vs. [of Rear Yard Variance sought 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [for property located at 

[567 - 573 Hayes Street. 

[(addition at rear) 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.589V. 

[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-167 

CLAUDE & MICHELINE LAMBERT, [Determination by the Zoning 

Appellants [Administrator dated August 

vs. [12, 1993 that conversion of 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [the use of the Cornell Hotel 

[at 715 Bush Street from mixed 
[residential and tourist use 
[to all tourist use requires 
[Conditional Use Authorization 
[under the provisions of 
[the Planning Code. 
[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-021 



RICHARD SAN MAMES, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of 

vs. [Penalty imposed on February 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [23, 1994, for work done at 

[1112 Capitol Avenue. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E 124211- 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, APRIL 20, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-017 

ARCHBISHOP RIORDAN HIGH SCHOOL, [Denial on February 16, 1994, 

Appellant [of permit to Erect a Sign 

(6) vs. [at 175 Phelan Avenue. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [APPLICATION NO. 9321757. 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-031 

ROBERT WARD, Appellant [Denial on March 3, 1994, 

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

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 174 Madrid Street (legalize 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [additional dwelling unit). 

[APPLICATION NO. 9322597. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-034 



THOMAS KELLIS, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(8) vs. [March 9, 1994, to Patricia 

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

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Garage at 1166 Filbert Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9313407S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-030 



PC WORLD, Appellant [Appealing determination by the 

(9) vs. [Zoning Administrator dated 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [March 8, 1994 that a sign 

[application for an internally 
[illuminated wall sign more than 
[24 feet in height on the building 
[at 501 Second Street, a contri- 
butory building within the South 
[End Historic District, fails 
[to meet the sign provisions 
[of the City Planning Code and 
[that neither a variance nor a 
[conditional use application 
[may be filed with the Department 
[of City Planning. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) Commissioners' Comments and Questions: 

(a) Discussion of Building Code Enforcement Task Force (Commissioner Felzer). 

(b) Daly City Homesafe Program (Commissioner Chan). 

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



Date posted: April 14, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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 
decision and may be filed only by principals in the appeal 
6 for complete rule on rehearings. 



days from the date of a 
See Article 5, Section 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jennifer Schuler 
CITYWATCH-Ch. 54 
Main Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS D ° c ' ,MFrM " ro nrrD T- 
WEDNESDAY, MAY H, 199^4 2 1994 

^SAN FRANCISCO 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 public library 



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

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

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Frank Chi u Yi, requesting that the Board take judisdiction over 
suspension of mechanical amusement device permit for 30 days (beginning April 18, 1994 
through and including May 17, 1994). 

Date of decision March 29, 1994 

Appeal period ended April 13, 1994 

Request for jurisdiction April 21, 1994 

APPEAL NO. 93-162 

COMMITTEE TO SAVE POPPY LANE, [Appeal of determination by the 

Appellant [Zoning Administrator based on 

I) vs. [a letter dated April 20, 1993 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [by the City Attorney, that 

[101 Poppy Lane (Block 6713, 
[Lot 56) is a buildable lot. 
[BLDG. PERMIT APP. NO. 9209507S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 

APPEAL NO. 94-011 

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

vs. [imposed on February 9, 1994, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 625 Polk Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL ["California Culinary Academy". 

[APPLICATION NO. 9319371. 

[FOR REHEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-049 

TIMOTHY K. LEONOUDAKIS, Appellant [Appeal of Condition No. 1 imposed 

5) vs. [on the 90-day Conditional Use 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit issued by Fire Prevention 

FIRE PREV. & INVEST. DIV. APPROVAL [and Investigation Division on 

[March 31, 1994 requiring that 
[Harney Way driveway (Block 4977, 
[Lot 8) be closed to all patron 
[parking. 

[PARKING LOT PERMIT NO. 942565. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-036 



SUSAN LOMBARDI, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

3) vs. [imposed on March 24, 1994, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 412 Jersey Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9404507. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 4, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-037 



MICHAEL J. ASSAD, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[March 31, 1994, for work 
[done at 38 Cameo Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9310308, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ALVIN AU & JIM OU, Appellants 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-045 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[April 7, 1994, for work done 
[at 64-64A San Juan Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9217917. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-040 



JENNIFER O'BRIEN, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



[Disapproval on March 29, 1994 
[by the Department of City 
[Planning of a health permit 
[application referral for light 
[manufacturing/food processing 
[and wholesale sales of fudge 
[within an existing cooking 
[school at 3525 California Street 
[in an NC-S zoning district under 
[Planning Code Section 790.54. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-039 



JOCELYN COHEN, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 21, 1994, to Ann Karen 
[Morebeck, permit to remove 
[and replace two of three 
[trees in front of 195 Jersey 
[Street with 24" box trees. 
[ORDER NO. 165,550. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-048 



ELADIA LAINES GANULIN, Appellant 
(11) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[March 29, 1994, to W.D.G., 
[permit to Demolish a Building 
[at 2330 Post Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9318031. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 



DAVID CANNON, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V93-102 

""["Denial on 



May 18, 1993, of 
[Front Setback Variance (for 
[a garage) sought for property 
[located at 2420 Pacific Avenue 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.093V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY <*, 1991 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. V94-041 

DR. RUDOLPH G. KOPPL, Appellant "[Protesting granting on March 

13) vs. [30, 1994, to Bruce Bonacker, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Rear Yard Variance (addition 

[to house) for property located 

[at 2609 Fillmore Street. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 94.027V. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



14) Commissioners' Comments and Questions. 



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



ate posted: April 28, 1994 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 



received at the 



The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited to twelve pages 
for easy reference. 



excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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jSL . MEETING OF THE flOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS D0C , 1MCMTS DE PT. 

(Tlffj^ WEDNESDAY. MAY 18. 1991 MAY 1 3 1994 

5 = 30 P.M. ■ CITY HALL, ROOM 282 ^|Sbuc A uwar° 

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

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM A : Letter from Ken and May, Lee requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over penalty imposed for work done at 1624 Keith Street. 

Date penalty imposed December 29, 1993 

Appeal period ended January 13, 1994 

Request for jurisdiction May 3, 1994 

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : 

ITEM B : Appeal No. V94-041 , 2609 Fillmore Street. Hearing May 4, 1994. Upon motion 
by Commissioner Murphy, the Board voted 3-1 (Commissioner Felzer dissented, President 
Bradstreet absent) to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the variance. (Findings by 
appellant) 



APPEAL NO. 94-049 

TIMOTHY K. LEONOUDAKIS, Appellant [Appeal of Condition No. 1 imposed 

vs. [on the 90-day Conditional vse 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit issued by Fire Prevention 

FIRE PREV. & INVEST. DIV. APPROVAL [and Investigation Division on 

[March 31, 1994 requiring that 
[Harney Way driveway (Block 4977, 
[Lot 8) be closed to all patron 
[parking. 

[PARKING LOT PERMIT NO. 942565. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 93-231 

RUSSIAN HILL INVESTORS, Appellant [Denial on November 23, 1993, 

vs. [by Bureau of Building Inspection 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of a request for extension of 

BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL [the start date for foundation 

[work for a six-unit condominium 

[building at 1035-45 Vallejo 

[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 8806682S. 

[PUBLIC HEARING CLOSED. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-046 

JOSE 0. GUERETTA, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [April 6, 1994, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 34 Staples Avenue 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9318170. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 18, 1991 PAGE TWO 



EARL RICK STOKES, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

ZONING ADMINSTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 94-035 



lAppeal of Zoning Administrator's 
[determination dated March 7, 
[1994 that the two permits issued 
[for alterations on the bathhouse/ 
[health club at 132 Turk Street 
[were issued in error and must 
[be suspended and revoked, and 
[that their suspension or revo- 
cation cannot be lifted unless 
[the Planning Commission au- 
thorizes commercial use above 
[the ground floor as a Conditional 
[Use under Planning Code §§ 
[209.8(c) and 245.d(c)(2). 
[APPL. NOS. 9319421 & 9320368. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BLUMENFELD ENTERPRISES, INC., 
(7) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V94-044 

"["Protesting granting on March 
[30, 1994, to San Francisco 
[Theaters, Inc., dba "Galaxy 
[Theater", Off-Street Parking 
[Variance for property at 
[1285 Sutter Street (to allow 
[matinees) . 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.617V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-025 



MICHAEL HENNESSEY, SHERIFF OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Appeal of Zoning Adminstrator's 
[determination dated March 7, 
[1994 that placement of sentenced 
[prisoners by the Sheriff's 
[Department in a residentially 
[zoned property that has not 
[been specifically authorized 
[as a conditional use by the 
[Planning Commission under Section 
[209.3(c) of the Planning Code 
[and licensed by the State of 
[California as a residential 
[care facility is not permitted 
[under the Planning Code and 
[that the facility operated for 
[up to six prisoners at 2235 
[Sutter Street is a violation 
[of the Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) Commissioners' Comments and Questions. 



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



Date posted: May 12, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

cncrTui uATre 

oPLCiAL riuito 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 







Minutes of the hearing 
use of a reader during 
at least 72 hours in 



are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
advance of need. 



Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. nr^ 1 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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r y MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS «M Y g lg ^ PT - 

WEDNESDAY. MAY 25, 1994 I^.^nc/. 



P ^'cu e c fi 'f c ° 
5:30 P.M.. CITY HALL. ROOM 282 ARY 

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



!) ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : Appeal No. 93-167 , Cornell Hotel, 715 Bush Street. Hearing 
April 20, 1994. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (Commis- 
sioner Murphy excused) to OVERRULE the determination as to the number of hotel rooms 
designated for residential use from 31 to 24 and to uphold the determination that 
conditional use authorization is required to convert these rooms to tourist use. 
The Board requested the City Attorney's Office to prepare findings for adoption. 



APPEAL NO. 94-049 

TIMOTHY K. LEONOUDAKIS, Appellant [Appeal of Condition No. 1 imposed 

I) vs. [on the 90-day Conditional Use 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit issued by Fire Prevention 

FIRE PREV. & INVEST. DIV. APPROVAL [and Investigation Division on 

[March 31, 1994 requiring that 
[Harney Way driveway (Block 4977, 
[Lot 8) be closed to all patron 
[parking. 

[PARKING LOT PERMIT NO. 942565. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-047 



PHETH PHETH, dba "VIENG RATREE [Appeal of Condition No. 2 

THAI CUISINE", Appellant [imposed by the Police Depart- 

\) vs. [ment on Billiard Parlor/Dance 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Hall Keeper/Place of Enter- 

tainment permit issued March 
[29, 1994 for 472 Turk Street, 
[limiting for a six month 
[probationary period, live 
[entertainment/dancing on Fridays 
[and Saturdays between 12:00 
[p.m. and 12:00 a.m. midnight. 
[(After the six months may operate 
[between 12:00 a.m. and 2:00 
[a.m.) 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPF.AL NO. 94-050 

SIMON KONG, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

5) vs. [April 20, 1994, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 2114-18 Mission Street, 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9221858. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-043 

GLADYNE MITCHELL, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

6) vs. [March 28, 1994, to Theo T. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Schwabacher, permit to 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Alter a Building at 3050 

[Pacific Avenue (interior 
[remodel of two bathrooms 
[and kitchen-family room, 
[and garage addition at 
[front of building) . 
[APPLICATION NO. 9320344. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, MAY 25, 1994 PAGE TWO 



(7) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



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



Date posted: May 19, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

<:ocri«i notcc 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 






ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 




A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jennifer Schuler 
CITYWATCH-Ch. 54 
Main Public Library 



BOARD OF 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, C)UNE~I, 1994 ) doo , 1MCMTS dept . 

MAY 2 7 1994 



5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 


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



SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS : Appeal No. 93-167 , Cornell Hotel, 715 Bush Street. Hearing 
April 20, 1994. Upon motion by President Bradstreet, the Board voted 4-0 (Commis- 
sioner Murphy excused) to OVERRULE the determination as to the number of hotel rooms 
designated for residential use from 31 to 24 and to uphold the determination that 
conditional use authorization is required to convert these rooms to tourist use. 
The Board requested the City Attorney's Office to prepare findings for adoption. 



WUILMAN, RON I, & ANGEL MORAN, 

Appellants 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-053 



"[imposition of Penalty on 
[May 2, 1994, for work done 
[at 1147 Key Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9305374. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



NIAN ZHANG, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-054 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[April 21, 1994, for work done 
[at 1156 Munich Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9321426. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-057 



ERIC ANDREWSEN, Appellant 
) vs . 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 10, 1994, for 
[work done at 274 Naples Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9403300. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-058 



RONALD S. GOMEZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on May 10, 
[1994, for work done at 
[128 Capristrano Avenue. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 127217. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



DICK & MAY YOUNG, Appellants 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-051 



[Protesting issuance on 
[April 13, 1994, to Jerry & Ann 
[Divecchio, permit to Alter a 
[Building at 237 Stanyan Street 
[(rear extension to main and 
[top floors, remodel bathroom). 
[APPLICATION NO. 9314687S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 1, 1994 PA6E TOO 



APPEAL NO. 94-038 

SHUET YI NG, Appellant [Disapproval of alteration 

(8) vs. [permit application to create 
DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent [second dwelling unit and to 

[construct a two and three-story 
[horizontal addition to the rear 
[of an existing three-story-plus 
[attic single-family dwelling 
[at 365 - 5th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9321641. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 

(9) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



(10) PUBLIC COMMENT : Presentation shall be limited to three (3) minutes for each speakei 



Date posted: May ?6 ; 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the' accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. i i 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1991 Dor ' ,MCMTS DEPT - 

JUN 1 1994 



5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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



HAYMAN HOMES, INC., Appellant 
Z) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 94-056 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 3, 1994, for 
[work done at 120 Dorado Terrace, 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. 126964. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CARMEN LEE WOO, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-068 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 23, 1994, for 
[work done at 2650 - 16th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9407063. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



KEN LEE, Appellant 
4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-069 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 20, 1994, for 
[work done at 1624 Keith Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309675. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ROBERT S. FISCHER, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-072 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 3, 1994, for work done 
[at 836 Kansas Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9209197. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



INNER MISSION NEIGHBORS, Appellant 
6) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V94-065 

[Protesting granting on May 9, 



[1994, to Good Samaritan Parties, 
[Front Setback and Parking 
[Variances (demolish two existing 
[buildings and construct a 
[community facility, childcare 
[center and 20 units of affordable 
[housing with 27 below grade 
[off-street parking spaces) for 
[property at 1290 Potrero Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.397V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



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



'ate posted: June 9, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 12 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets, 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jennifer Schuler 
CITYWATCH-Ch. 54 
Main Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1994 
5;30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 . 






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



APPEAL NO. 94-071 



TENDERLOIN MERCHANT ASSOCIATION, 

Appellant 
) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



iProtesting issuance on May 17, 

[1994 to Anastashia Wood, dba "Buy 

[and Sell the Bear", of a Second 

[Hand Dealer permit at 143 Eddy 

[Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-038 



SHUET YI NG, Appellant 
) vs. 

DEPT. CITY PLANNING, Respondent 



"[Disapproval of site alteration 
[permit application to create 
[second dwelling unit and to 
[construct a two and three-story 
[horizontal addition to the rear 
[of an existing three-story-plus 
[attic single-family dwelling 
[at 365 - 5th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9321641S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



ems (4A) and (4B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 94-073 



JOHN S. BLACKBURN, Appellant 
A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on May 20, 
[1994, to Bernal Heights Housing 
[Corp., of a site permit to Erect 
[an 18 Dwelling Unit Structure 
[at 291 Putnam Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9318660S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-074 



JOHN S. BLACKBURN, Appellant 
IB) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on May 20, 
[1994, to Bernal Heights Housing 
[Corp., of a site permit to Erect 
[a 14 Dwelling Unit Structure 
[at 211 Putnam Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9318661S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



5) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



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



ate posted: June 16, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 

PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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



the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited to twelve pages, 
for easy reference. 



excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 







Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1994 DorM ,MrMT * nc PT. 

JUN 2 4 7QQ4 
5;30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 ,yy4 

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



APPEAL NO. V94-065 

INNER MISSION NEIGHBORS, Appellant [Protesting granting on May 9, 

) vs. [1994, to Good Samaritan Parties, 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [Front Setback and Parking 

[Variances (demolish two existing 
[buildings and construct a com- 
[munity facility with childcare 
[center, and 20 units of affordable 
[housing with 27 below grade 
[off-street parking spaces) for 
[property at 1290 Potrero Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 92.397V. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-076 



MYRNA MELGAR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 3, 

A) vs. [1994, to Mission Housing Develop- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ment Corp., permit to Demolish 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Vacant Community Facility at 

[1292 - 1294 Potrero Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9401002. 

[FOR HEARING I QUAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-077 



MYRNA MELGAR, Appellant [Protesting issuance on June 3, 

B) vs. [1994, to Mission Housing Develop- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ment Corp., permit to Demolish 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Vacant Church at 1290 Potrero 

[Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9401041. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-082 



INNER MISSION NEIGHBORS, Appellant "[Protesting issuance on June 3, 

\k) vs. [1994, to Mission Housing Develop- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ment Corp., permit to Demolish 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Vacant Community Facility at 

[1292 - 1294 Potrero Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9401002. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 






APPEAL NO. 94-083 



INNER MISSION NEIGHBORS, Appellant ""[Protesting issuance on June 3, 

IB) vs. [1994, to Mission Housing Develop- 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [ment Corp., permit to Demolish 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [a Vacant Church at 1290 Potrero 

[Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9401041. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JUNE 29, 1991 PAGE TWO 



(5) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



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



Date posted: June 23, 1994 



J1EMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 



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



the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 



Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 



City to accommodate these individuals. 



The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jennifer Schuler 
CITYVATCH-Ch. 54 
Main Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 19% DO^' ' Mc ^ hept. 
5:50 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 JUL ° 3 ] "4 

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

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

ADOPTION OF FINDINGS/REQUEST FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Appeal No. 94-035 , 132 Turk Street. Hearing May 18, 1994. Upon motion 
President Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the determination dated March 
15, 1994 that the two permits issued for alterations on the bathhouse/health club 
were issued in error and must be suspended and revoked, and that their suspension 
or revocation cannot be lifted unless the Planning Commission authorizes commercial 
use above the ground floor as a conditional use under Planning Code Sections 209.8(c) 
and 245.5(c)(2). The Board requested the City Attorney's Office to prepare findings. 

1. Findings prepared by City Attorney's Office. (Three votes are necessary for 
adoption of findings.) 

2. Letter from David P. Cincotta, attorney for appellant, requesting rehearing. 
(Four votes are necessary for granting rehearing.) 

REQUESTS FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

ITEM B : Letter from Kathryn Taylor, requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Application No. 9320344 for remodel of two bathrooms, kitchen, family room, 
and garage addition to the front of 3050 Pacific Avenue. 

Date issued March 28, 1994 

Appeal period ended April 12, 1994 

Request for jurisdiction July 5, 1994 

ITEM C : Letter from Leo W.K. Cheng, M.D., requesting that the Board take jurisdiction 
over Application No. 9320344 for remodel of two bathrooms, kitchen, family room, 
and garage addition to the front of 3050 Pacific Avenue. 

Date issued March 28, 1994 

Appeal period ended April 12, 1994 

Request for jurisdiction July 5, 1994 



APPEAL NO. 94-049 

TIMOTHY K. LEONOUDAKIS, Appellant [Appeal of Condition No. 1 imposed 

(3) vs. [on the 90-day Conditional Use 

FIRE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [permit issued by Fire Prevention 

FIRE PREV. & INVEST. DIV. APPROVAL [and Investigation Division on 

[March 31, 1994 requiring that 
[Harney Way driveway (Block 4977, 
[Lot 8) be closed to all patron 
[parking. 

[PARKING LOT PERMIT NO. 942565. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-071 



TENDERLOIN MERCHANT ASSOCIATION, [Protesting issuance on May 17, 

Appellant [1994 to Anastashia Wood, dba 

(4) vs. ["Buy and Sell the Bear", of a 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent [Second Hand Dealer permit at 

[143 Eddy Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. V93-102 



DAVID CANNON, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Denial on May 18, 1993, of 
[Front Setback Variance (for 
[a garage) sought for property 
[located at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.093V. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 



APPEAL NO. 94-059 



CHARLES W. MOSSER, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 11, 1994, for work 
[done at 900 Oak Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9316393, 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-062 



LITA C. BATO, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 13, 1994, for work done 
[at 517 - 519 Bartlett Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9308240. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-063 



THOMAS J. FINNEGAN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on May 4, 1994, for 
[work done at 3267-19th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9402823. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



RICHARD MICHAEL, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-066 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[May 20, 1994, for work done 
[at 955-957 S. Van Ness Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9310380. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



CLAYTON CARLSON, JERRY & KAREN 
PIKE, Appellants 
(10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V94-061 

~~ [Protesting granting on May 3, 
[1994, to Mark Brand, Front 
[Setback and Rear Yard Variances 
[(demolish an existing, two- 
[story-over- garage single- family 
[dwelling at the rear of the 
[lot, replace it with a new 
[three-story, single-family 
[dwelling in the same rear lot 
[location and construct new 
[garage at the front property 
[line; for property at 
[4016 - 20th Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.311V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) COMMISSIONERS COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 

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



Date posted: July 7, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 






All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 






American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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Q° MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS ^mentsdIpt. 

*— • WEDNESDAY, JULY 267J99JD JUL 15 1994 

5; 30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 san franc isco 

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

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

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from David P. Cincotta, attorney for appellant, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 94-035 , 132 Turk Street. Hearing May 18, 1994. Upon motion President 
Bradstreet, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the determination dated March 15, 1994 
that the two permits issued for alterations on the bathhouse/health club were issued 
in error and must be suspended and revoked, and that their suspension or revocation 
cannot be lifted unless the Planning Commission authorizes commercial use above the 
ground floor as a conditional use under Planning Code §209. 8(c) and 245.5(c)(2). 
The Board requested the City Attorney's Office to prepare findings which were adopted 
by the Board on July 13, 1994. 

ITEM B : Letter from Inner Mission Neighbors requesting rehearing of Appeal Nos. 
V94-065, 94-082 and 94-083 , 1290 - 1294 Potrero Avenue. Hearing June 29, 1994. 
Upon motion by Commissioner Chan, the Board voted 4-0 (President Bradstreet excused) 
to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the variance based on findings prepared by the 
project sponsor and modified by Commissioner Chan. Then upon motion by Commissioner 
Murphy, the Board voted 4-0 (President Bradstreet excused) to UPHOLD the department 
and GRANT the demolition permits based on amended findings prepared by the project 
sponsor. 



APPEAL NO. 94-067 

KATHY W. LAM, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [May 17, 1994, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2758 - 36th Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9014969. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-075 

CLAY MANKIN, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

vs. [imposed on June 10, 1994, for 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [work done at 3001 Steiner Street, 

[APPLICATION NO. 9404824. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-079 



HENRY KARNILOWICZ, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [June 15, 1994, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 977 - 979 Folsom Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9300476. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-081 



ANA & PETER BOGDANOV, Appellant [Imposition of Penalty on 

vs. [June 15, 1994, for work done 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 908 Rhode Island Street. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9315061. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, JULY 20, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-060 



SERGIO SALVETTI, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on April 28, 1994, of 
[permit to Alter a Building at 
[567577 Union Street (legali- 
sation of seventh unit without 
[off-street parking). 
[APPLICATION NO. 9219881. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-078 



JOSEPH T. CORDERO, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[1, 1994, to John Leonetti , 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(remove and replace skylight 
[enclosure and lightwell) 
[at 839 Rutland Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9206084. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (9A) and (9B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 94-080 



EDWARD J. CHRISTOPH, Appellant 
(9A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on June 
[6, 1994, to Edward and Jan 
[Zablah, site permit to Alter 
[a Building (three story addition 
[at the rear to include two 
[bedrooms, two bathrooms, family 
[room, deck, storage room and 
[laundry area) at 434-36th Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9301101S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-084 



NGUNG S. & NOU G. LEE, Appellants" 
(9B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on June 
[6, 1994, to Edward and Jan 
[Zablah, site permit to Alter 
[a Building (three story addition 
[at the rear to include two 
[bedrooms, two bathrooms, family 
[room, deck, storage room and 
[laundry area) at 434-36th Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9301101S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: July 14, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 

Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



]tf 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1994 ^jT'**'"* 5 n *Pr 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 S/ ^ 6 x ^94 



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



2) REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

Letter from William Walters, architect for Alberto Villasenor requesting that the 
Board take jurisdiction over denial of front yard variance sought for property at 
357 Mississippi Street. 



Date of decision 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



July 5, 1994 
July 15, 1994 
July 25, 1994 



APPEAL NO. 



DAVID CANNON, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V93-102 

[Denial 



on May 18, 1993, of 
[Front Setback Variance (for 
[a garage) sought for property 
[located at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.093V. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 



APPEAL NO. 94-091 



YEE 01 LUM WONG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of penalty on 
[June 27, 1994, for work 
[done at 470 - 23rd Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9021279. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-032 



PICCETTI FAMILY TRUST, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on March 7, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[at 2160 Leavenworth Street 
[(legalize penthouse). 
[APPLICATION NO. 8709649. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-085 



TERRANCE & JAYME McDERMOTT, 
Appellants 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[June 7, 1994, to Buena Vista 
[Builders, of site permit to 
[Erect a Four Dwelling Unit Build- 
[ing at 885 S. Van Ness Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9218481S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



terns (7A) and (7B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 94-088 



BALLARDO VILLAGRAN, Appellant 
7A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[June 8, 1994, to Michael D'Arcy 
[permit to Demolish a Two Story 
[Building at 338 Brazil Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9309991. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 3, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-089 

BALLARDO VILLAGRAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

(7B) vs. [June 8, 1994, to Michael D'Arcy, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of site permit to Erect a Two 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Dwelling Unit Building at 

[338 Brazil Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309993S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: July 28, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 





MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



^ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1991 DQri |M(=MTS DEPT . 
^*^ 5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 JUL 2 9 1994 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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



1V 



2) REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND TEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

Letter from William Walters, architect for Alberto Villasenor requesting that the 

Board take jurisdiction over denial of front yard variance sought for property at 
357 Mississippi Street. 

Date of decision July 5, 1994 

Appeal period ended July 15, 1994 

Request for jurisdiction July 25, 1994 



APPEAL NO. V93-102 

DAVID CANNON, Appellant Denial on May 18, 1993, of 

vs. [Front Setback Variance (for 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent [a garage) sought for property 

[located at 2420 Pacific Avenue. 

[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93.093V. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-091 

YEE 01 LUM WONG, Appellant [Imposition of penalty on 

vs. [June 27, 1994, for work 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [done at 470 - 23rd Avenue. 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [APPLICATION NO. 9021279. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-032 

PICCETTI FAMILY TRUST, Appellant [Denial on March 7, 1994, 

vs. [of permit to Alter a Building 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [at 2160 Leavenworth Street 

CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL [(legalize penthouse). 

[APPLICATION NO. 8709649. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-085 

TERRANCE & JAYME McDERMOTT, [Protesting issuance on 

Appellants [June 7, 1994, to Buena Vista 

6) vs. [Builders, of site permit to 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Erect a Four Dwelling Unit Build- 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [ing at 885 S. Van Ness Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9218481S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



terns (7A) and (7B) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 94-088 



BALLARDO VILLAGRAN, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

7A) vs. [June 8, 1994, to Michael D'Arcy 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [permit to Demolish a Two Story 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Building at 338 Brazil Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309991. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 3, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-089 

BALLARDO VILLAGRAN, Appellant ^Protesting issuance on 

(7B) vs. [June 8, 1994, to Michael D'Arcy, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [of site permit to Erect a Two 

CITY PLANNING APPROVAL [Dwelling Unit Building at 

[338 Brazil Avenue. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9309993S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: July 28, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



& 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-5142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 







Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jennifer Schuler 
CITYWATCH-Ch. 54 
Main Public Library 



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MEETING OF THE^OARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, f^h 
5:30 P.M., ClYrmrTROm 282 



DOCM imctmtc; DEPT. 

AUG 5 1994 

SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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



I) REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

Letter from Yossedek M. Desta requesting that the Board take jurisdiction over Police 
Commission decision that Public Convenience and Necessity has not at this time been 
established to require the operation of additional taxicab permits (medallions) for 
which applications have been made (Resolution No. 66-94). 



Date of decision 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



June 29, 1994 
July 14, 1994 
August 2, 1994 



3) CONSENT CALENDAR 



Board will consider a single motion for these two appeals to reduce 
two times the regular fees, without any testimony, with the agreement 



penalties to 

of the Bureau of Building Inspection 



APPEAL NO. 94-097 



STAN & DAWN WEBB, Appellants 
A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 22, 1994, for work done 
[done at 160 Rutledge Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9409971. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



PATRICIA K. COBB, Appellant 
B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-101 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 7, 1994, for work done 
[at 3779-3781 25th Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9210902. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



EGULAR CALENDAR: 



4) 



APPEAL NO. 94-092 



FERNANDO & MERCEDES RENDON, 
Appellants 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 28, 1994, for work 
[done at 519 - 21st Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9210369. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



YURY TRUBNIKOV, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-093 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on June 29, 1994, for 
[work done at 51 Madrone Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9207402. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



REBECCA B. CHAMBERS, Appellant 
6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-098 



"[Protesting issuance on June 
[21, 1994, to Eugene & Eileen 
[McGuire, permit to Demolish 
[a Single Family Dwelling at 
[2283 Turk Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9409575. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 10, 1991 PAGE TWO 



Items 7 to 17 are appeals of the denial by DPW of permits for sidewalk displays and will 
be heard together. 

APPEAL NO. 94-096 



HARRY LENCZNER, dba "FELA'S ""[Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

DISCOUNT STORE", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(7) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 720 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-102 

KAREN WONG, dba "RICHMOND NEW MAY [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

WAH SUPERMARKET", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(8) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 547 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-103 

HI TU TRAN, dba "HAPPY SUPERMARKETS [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(9) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 400 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-104 



CLEMENT PRODUCE MARKET, Appellant "[Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

(10) vs. [permit for Merchandise Display 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Stand on public sidewalk in 

[front of 645 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-105 

F.W. W00LW0RTH, Appellant [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

(11) vs. [permit for Merchandise Display 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [Stand on public sidewalk in 

[front of 707 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-107 

NICK NGHIA TRAN, dba "T & L MARKET", [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(12) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 339 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-108 

ALFRED THIA, dba "NEW YUET CHEONG [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

& COMPANY", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(13) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 658 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-109 



RICK NGUY, dba "RICHMOND PRODUCE [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

MARKET", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

(14) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 304 - 6th Avenue. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, AUGUST 10, 1994 PAGE THREE 



APPEAL NO. 94-110 

GUO HAI LIU & CUI XIN LAI, dba [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

"FRUIT BASKET", Appellants [permit for Merchandise Display 

5) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 661 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-111 

VIOLET CHEUNG, dba "CHERRY LANE [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

GIFTS", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

16) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 910 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-112 



DAVID CHEUNG, dba "DAVID'S SIXTH [Denial on June 28, 1994, of 

AVENUE AQUARIUM", Appellant [permit for Merchandise Display 

17) vs. [Stand on public sidewalk in 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [front of 519 Clement Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



18) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



ate posted: August 4, 1994 






MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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



APPEAL NO. 94-094 



APERSEY CONSTRUCTION, Appellant 
2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appeal for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on June 23, 1994, for 
[work done at 388 Market Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9410051. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-095 



3) 



CARLOS C. BALTAZAR, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 30, 1994, for work done 
[done at 1223 Silver Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8809808. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-099 



4) 



TINNA CHEUNG, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 6, 1994, for work done 
[at 4525 Cabrillo Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9404331. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-113 



JOSE MARTIN, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[July 11, 1994, for work done 
[at 12 Harrington Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9408494. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(6) 



APPEAL NO. 94-114 



STEPHEN J. GORSKI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on July 5, 1994, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(third-story addition to 
[single-family dwelling) at 
[2366 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307387S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7) 



VICTOR H. JUAREZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
BUILDING INSPECTION DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-115 



[Denial on July 12, 1994, of 
[permit to Alter a Building (to 
[establish legal use as restau- 
[rant) at 235 Church Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9405740. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 94-106 



PHYLLIS J. CATH, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



iProtesting issuance on 
[July 1, 1994, to Priscilla 
[J. Schmitt, permit to Alter 
[a Building (new garage, kitchen, 
[bathrooms, and seismic updating) 
[at 2418 Webster Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9404800. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-117 



MARGARETA EKBLAD, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on July 18, 
[1994, to Progress Foundation, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(change of occupancy to residen- 
tial care facility for 20 people) 
[at 212 - 214 Ashbury Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9321842. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-118 



RICHARD JONES, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 26, 1994, to Wei Chang 
[Li, permit to Alter a Building 
[(legalize rooms and deck) at 
[1515 Innes Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9319774. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: August 11, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

ANGELA M. BRADSTREET PRESIDENT 
WAYNE H. ALBA VICE PRESIDENT 

DOUGLAS S. CHAN COMMISSIONER 

IKE FELZER COMMISSIONER 

MARY G. MURPHY COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 

A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 

American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6/20 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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WEDNESDAY, -SEPTEffiR 21, JjfflD 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



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




APPEAL NO. 94-092 



FERNANDO & MERCEDES RENDON, 
Appellants 
(2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[June 28, 1994, for work 
[done at 519 - 21st Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9210369. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-122 



RAUL RODRIGUEZ, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 8, 1994, for work 
[done at 386 Vienna Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9408111. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-131 



GLEN FRENCH, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 12, 1994, for work 
[done at 806 Hayes Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9401935. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-123 



LAWRENCE J. CHAZEN, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 28, 1994, to Andrews D. 
[Black, permit to Alter a Building 
L(two-car garage addition at rear 
[with roof deck on garage) at 
[2709 Larkin Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9402677. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-124 



LORRETTA KAVANAUGH, 
SEWARD, Appellants 



JAMES W. KINNER, 
ANN J. 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 29, 1994, to Steve Lee, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(deck addition to rear) at 
[155 Lomita Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9409289. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-143 



RONALD S. YAROS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 18, 1994, to Virginia 
[Lopez, permit to Alter a 
[Building (convert former 
[garage to habitable space with 
[half bath and laundry room 
[and construct eight foot fence 
[with gate) at 135 Jordan Avenue, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9408178. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 

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



Date posted: September 15, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1994 Do ^ n <^r n DEPr 

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



APPEAL NO. 94-143 



RONALD S. YAROS, Appellant 
2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"{Protesting issuance on 
[August 18, 1994, to Virginia 
[Lopez, permit to Alter a 
[Building (convert former 
[garage to habitable space with 
[half bath and laundry room 
[and construct eight foot fence 
[with gate) at 135 Jordan Avenue 
[APPLICATION NO. 9408178. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-121 



MICHAEL PHILPOTT, Appellant 
3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 8, 1994, for work 
[done at 1631 Castro Street 
[APPLICATION NO. 9405891. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-132 



SANTOS DACUMOS, Appellant 
4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 

TTTV PI fiMNTMf: flDDDOV/fl! 



[Appeal for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on August 16, 1994, for 
[work done at 332 Raymond Avenue. 
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[FORBEARING TODAY 



APPEAL NO. 94-133 



JIN WON JEW, Appellant 
5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 15, 1994, for work 
[at 214 Gaven Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9322301. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



done 



Items (6A) and (6B) shall be heard together 



(6A) 



& RESTAURANT 
2, Appellants 



HOTEL EMPLOYEES 
EMPLOYEES LOCAL 
vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-138 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 12, 1994, to the Sir 
[Francis Drake Hotel, permit 
[to Alter a Building (non- 
structural remodeling of corner 
[space for sandwich and coffee 
[shop) at 432-462 Powell Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9402528. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-142 



HOTEL EMPLOYEES & RESTAURANT 
EMPLOYEES LOCAL 2, Appellants 
(6B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 15, 1994, to the Sir 
[Francis Drake Hotel, permit 
[to Alter a Building (exhaust 
[system for woodburning pizza 
[oven area and provide ventila- 
tion in dining and bar areas) 
[at 450 Powell Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9322367. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-116 



FRANK J. SCHLESSINGER, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
URBAN FORESTRY DISAPPROVAL 



TDenial on July 14, 1994, of 
[permit to Remove and/or Replace 
[Nine Trees on the 1400 block 
[of Kansas Street. 
[ORDER NO. 166,592. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



WILLIAM WALTERS, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V94-119 

TDenial of Front Yard Variance 
[(add a third story to an 
[existing one story over garage, 
[single-family dwelling) at 
[357 Mississippi Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 94.122V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-126 



CRYSTAL VILLA RESIDENTS, Appellants 
(9) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated August 5, 
[1994 that the subject eight 
[proposed three-level, one-family 
[dwellings are in general conformity 
[with the conditional use authorized 
[by Planning Commission Motion 
[No. 11931 for the Planned Unit 
[Development known as Crystal Villa 
[Residences at 555 Cambridge Street, 
[east side between Felton and 
[Wayland Streets with frontage 
[on Yale, Bacon, and Amherst 
[Streets, without need to go back 
[to the Planning Commission for 
[further review. 

[COND. USE APPL. NO. 88.562ECSSS. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(10) COMMISSIONERS* COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: September 22, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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



the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPEfTAI, NQTPS 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited to twelve pages, 
for easy reference. 



excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 199^ 

5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 

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



APPEAL NO. 

JOHN JENKEL, dba "CARRIAGE CHARTER 71- ; 

Appellant 
2) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



94-125 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 27, 1994, to Gilles L. 
[Cohen and Jeff C. Sears, dba 
["Waterfront Carriages", permit 
[for vehicle for hire-nonmotorized 
[to operate up to five horse drawn 
[carriages). 
[PERMIT NO. 079335. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-114 



(3) 



STEPHEN J. GORSKI, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on July 5, 1994, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(third-story addition to 
[single-family dwelling) at 
[2366 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307387S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



Items (4A), (4B) and (4C) shall be heard together. On May 25, 1994 this Board upheld 
Application S32G344 for a three-car garage at 3050 Pacific Avenue under Appeal No. 94-043. 



APPEAL NO. 94-100 



(4A) 



KATHRYN TAYLOR & TOM STEYER, Appellants 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination by the Zoning 
[Administrator dated June 30, 
[1994, that the suspension of 
[Building Permit Application 
[No. 9320344 be lifted for the 
[proposed garage at 3050 Pacific 
[Avenue (under construction). 
[The suspension had been requested 
[because of complaints from neigh- 
bors that construction is not 
[consistent with plans shown 
[to them prior to the filing 
[of the appl ication. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-134 



JOHN HULKA & NANCY ABBEY, Appellants 
(4B) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Letter by the Zoning Administrator 
[dated August 8, 1994, to Kathryn 
[Taylor concerning the Department 
[of City Planning' s determination 
[that the garage built at 3050 
[Pacific Avenue is in a front yard 
[versus rear yard, the front setback 
[exception for this case, and the 
[height allowed for the garage 
[under the Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, OCTOBER 12, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-135 



LEO W.K. CHENG, Appellant 
(4C) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Letter by the Zoning Administrator 
[dated August 8, 1994, to Kathryn 
[Taylor concerning the Department 
[of City Planning 1 s determination 
[that the garage built at 3050 
[Pacific Avenue is in a front yard 
[versus rear yard, the front setback 
[exception for this case, and the 
[height allowed for the garage 
[under the Planning Code. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-136 



(5) 



NORTHWEST BERNAL 



vs 



BLOCK CLUB, 
Appellant 



ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination dated August 10, 
[1994 by the Zoning Administrator 
[authorizing three two-by-two foot 
[signs placed on the inside of 
[the Mission Street facade windows 
[of the check cashing establishment 
[at 3201 Mission Street. 
[Application No. 9221412 for 
[financial service store upheld 
[by BPA with ten conditions on 
[July 7, 1993; Appeal No. 93-107. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-137 



MERRILL REESE, INC., Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 11, 1994, to Pacific 
[Centre Associates, permit to 
[Alter a Building (overhead scaf- 
fold constructed as part of con- 
dition for approval for Pacific 
[Center issued by the S.F. Plan- 
ning Commission Motion 13565) 
[at 801 Market Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9402219. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY 



Items (7A) and (7B) shall be heard together 



ROBERT ROSSI & MARK BECHELLI, 
Appellants 
(7A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-151 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 26, 1994, to McDonald's 
[Corporation, permit to Demolish 
[a Building at 820 Bryant Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9403714. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-155 



ROBERT ROSSI & MARK BECHELLI, 
Appellants 
(7B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 1, 1994, to McDonald's 
[Corporation, permit to Erect 
[a Building (restaurant) at 
[820 Bryant Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9403717. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) C0W4ISSI0NERS' COWCNTS AND QUESTIONS. 

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



Date posted: October 6, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTFS 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing 
will be honored if possible. 




Please contact 
Late requests 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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(1) PUBLIC COMMENT: 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS dop« >M«r MT Q hept. 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19/ 1994 °CT 1 4 1994 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 

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



SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



APPEAL NO. 94-114 



STEPHEN J. GORSKI, Appellant 
(2) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



iDenial on July 5, 1994, of 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(third-story addition to 
[single-family dwelling) at 
[2366 - 48th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9307387S. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-141 



(3) 



RENATO G. CRUZ, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 30, 1994, for work 
[done at 422 London Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9314861. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (4A), (4B), (4C), and (4D) shall be heard together 

APPEAL NO. 94-127 



(4A) 



BERTRAM J. RODGERS, JR., Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 2, 1994, to Li Hung Chen, 
[site permit to Alter a Building 
[(one story vertical addition 
[and interior remodeling) at 
[3310 Baker Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9306133S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-128 



NEVE G. STEVENS, Appellant 
(4B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 2, 1994, to Li Hung Chen, 
[site permit to Alter a Building 
[(one story vertical addition 
[and interior remodeling) at 
[3310 Baker Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9306133S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



ANGELO A. DAPRANO, Appellant 
(4C) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-129 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 2, 1994, to Li Hung Chen, 
[site permit to Alter a Building 
[(one story vertical addition 
[and interior remodeling) at 
[3310 Baker Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9306133S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-130 



THOMAS F. CLOTHIER, Appellant 
(4D) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 2, 1994, to Li Hung Chen, 
[site permit to Alter a Building 
[(one story vertical addition 
[and interior remodeling) at 
[3310 Baker Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9306133S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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APPEAL NO. 94-139 



ABIGAIL MYERS & GEOFFREY BAUMAN, 

Appel lants 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[August 12, 1994, to Leslie 
[Reif and Mildred Phillips, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(two-story addition, new 
[elevated deck, alterations 
[to first and second stories 
[and front entry) at 
[555 Prentiss Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9400902. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-140 



KATHLEEN McHUGH 



(6) 



& ASHLEY BLACK, 
Appellants 



vs 



DEPT, 
CITY 



PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 16, 1994, to Richard 
[and Joyce Brink, permit to Alter 
[a Building (legalize rear deck) 
[at 824 Waller Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9014153. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-144 



TIMOTHY C. FOLEY, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[August 18, 1994, to Peter Wan, 
[permit to remove and replace 
[one tree in front of 
[854 - 31st Avenue. 
[ORDER NO. 166,979. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-145 



2261 BUSH HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION 

Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 

[August 19, 1994, to Bart Seidler 

[permit to Erect a Building 

[(36 condominiums with commercial 

[space below) at 2295 Bush Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9320379S. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(9) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: October 13, 1994 



MEMBERSOFTHE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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

orcliHL nuit.3 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in. the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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



APPEAL NO. 94-156 



IRA SANDLER, dba "TEN 15 INC.", 
Appellant 
2) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Denial on Septemer 2, 1994, of 

[Dance Hall Keeper-After Hours- 

[Amendment permit at 1015 Folsom 

[Street. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-146 



3) 



PACIFIC REGIONAL GROUP, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 25, 1994, for work done 
[at 263-265 Arkansas Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9408751. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-147 



4) 



CIRIMELE ELECTRIC WORKS, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[August 31, 1994, for work 
[done at 2043 Green Street. 
[ELEC. PERMIT NO. E131278. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-152 



5) 



TIMOTHY & DOROTHY KITT, Appellants 

vs . 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



"[Denial on August 31, 1994, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[(install awning over entrance) 
[at 60 Parkridge Drive. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9401765. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 



6) 



JOSEPH CAMHI, Appellant 

vs. 
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V94-148 

"TDenial on September 2, 1994, 
[of Off-Street Parking variance 
[(to add a second dwelling unit 
[in basement without providing 
[the requisite one off-street 
[parking space) sought for 
[property at 3830 - 21st Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 94.301V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



GERALD J. HUBER, Appellant 
7) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. 94-162 



Determination dated September 
21, 1994 by the Zoning Admin- 
istrator that a conditional use 
[application for a massage estab- 
lishment at 745A Polk Street may 
not be considered by the Planning 
Commission for the reason that 
^Section 790.60 of the Planning 
"Code prohibits such uses within 
1,000 feet of an existing estab- 
lishment, and there are two such 
uses within 1,000 feet of 745A 
Polk Street. 

CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 94.476C 
FOR HEARING TODAY. 



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(8) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



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



Date posted: October 20, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



Other persons desiring to 
up to three (3) minutes. 



speak before the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



^PPPT/II NOTTS 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 



F 



Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 

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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS Dors,,M ^'r< ? nc:pT 
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1994 J 01 ' W4 

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1) PUBLIC COMHENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 

2) HATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION, REQUESTS FOR REHEARING AND OTHER CORRESPONDENCE : 

REQUESTS FOR REHEARING : 

ITEM A : Letter from Stephen Sayad, attorney for appellants requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 94-155 , 820 Bryant Street. Hearing October 12, 1994. Upon motion 
by Commissioner Felzer, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and GRANT the 
permit incorporating findings by the Planning Commission on Prop M. 

ITEM B : Letter from Thomas and Nancy Clothier, appellants, requesting rehearing 
of Appeal No. 94-130 , 3310 Baker Street. Hearing October 19, 1994. Upon motion 
by Commissioner Felzer, the Board voted 1-3 (President Bradstreet, Vice President 
Alba and Commissioner Murphy dissented, Commissioner Chan excused) to uphold the 
department and grant the permit. Although the motion failed, the permit is UPHELD 
as is, since four votes are necessary to overrule a departmental decision, and there 
were only three votes opposed to the project. 

APPEAL NO. 94-125 



JOHN JENKEL, dba "CARRIAGE CHARTER", [Protesting issuance on 

Appellant [July 27, 1994, to Gilles L. 

vs. [Cohen and Jeff C. Sears, dba 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent ["Waterfront Carriages", 

[permit for vehicle for hire- 

[nonmotorized (to operate up 

[to five horse drawn carriages). 

[PERMIT NO. 079335. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 

[PUBLIC HEARING HELD AND CLOSED 

[OCTOBER 12, 1994. 

[BRIEFS ON ISCOTT ISSUE DUE BY 

[NOVEMBER 2, 1994. 



APPEAL NO. 94-159 

WILLIAM R. CLINTON, Appellant [Appealing for Refund of Penalty 

vs. [imposed on September 14, 1994, 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent [for work done at 870 Northpoint 

[Street. 

[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 323952. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-158 

BAY CITIES REFUSE SERVICE, Appellant [Protesting issuance on 

vs. [September 7, 1994, to Industrial 

DEPT. PUBLIC HEALTH, Respondent [Carting, permit to Collect Refuse 

[from the U.S. Navy at Yerba Buena 

[and Treasure Islands. 

[PERMIT NO. C09801. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 9, 19*1 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-154 



JEAN-LOUIS VIGNE, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[September 1, 1994, to Nancy Chin, 
[permit to Alter a Building (add 
[second story to include bath, 
[bedroom and family room) at 
[472 Dell brook Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9304124S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-163 



JAMES N. GRAY, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1994, to Anna 
[Kauffman, permit to Alter a 
[Building (add 200 s.f. redwood 
[roof deck) at 1407 Montgomery 
[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9221498. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(8) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



(9) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



Date posted: November 3, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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



on an appeal may speak once for 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language Interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1994 DOr( m ^<* nE pr, 
5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 NOV 1 4 1994 



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(1) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



ADOPTION OF FINDINGS: Appeal No. 94-162 , 745A Polk Street. Hearing October 26, 
1994. Upon motion by Commissioner Murphy, the Board voted 4-0 (Commissioner Felzer 
absent) to OVERRULE the determination with findings to be prepared by attorney for 
appellant. The Board determined that the subject use is a personal services business 
similar to a medical office and is a principal permitted use under Planning Code 
Section 790.116, and that conditional use authorization by the Planning Commission 
is not necessary, although a Police permit is necessary. Commissioner Murphy said 
she intended to write the Police Commission recommending that the language regulating 
massage establishments in the Police Code should be made clearer. 



APPEAL NO. 94-163 



JAMES N. GRAY, Appellant 

vs. 
DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1994, to Anna 
[Kauffman, permit to Alter a 
[Building (add 200 s.f. redwood 
[roof deck) at 1407 Montgomery 
[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9221498. 
[FOR FURTHER HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-165 



ri l)» 1/ (!**""* I AM A__.1T-__ 

om/a»\ kmhu i_rti'i, MjjpeiianL 
VS . 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



Llmpub i 



_ i on ut rend i ly on 
[September 30, 1994, for work 
[done at 271 Harold Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9410932. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-166 



MIACHIKO KOBIALKA, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Imposition of Penalty on 
[October 4, 1994, for work 
[done at 1 Isola Way. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9415582. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-167 



LAURA PARKER, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 19, 1994, to Marta 
[Gasinska, permit to Alter a 
[Building (first and second 
[floor addition with stairs) 
[at 1237 DeHaro Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9410025S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-168 



EDITH McMILLAN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[September 30, 1994, to Hermund 
[Wong, permit to Alter a Building 
[(two-story rear addition with 
[roof deck) at 646 - 29th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9310504. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 16, 1994 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-170 



JANICE E. COHEN, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1994, to Dale 
[Dombkowski and Naomi Porat, 
[permit to Alter a Building 
[(deck addition at rear with 
[required stairs) at 
[1365 - 4th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9320759. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-164 



SCOTT R. DUCHIN, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



[Determination dated September 
[21, 1994 by the Zoning Admin- 
istrator that a conditional use 
[application for a massage estab- 
lishment at 2218 Lombard Street 
[may not be considered by the 
[Planning Commission for the 
[reason that Section 790.60 of 
[the Planning Code prohibits such 
[uses within 1,000 feet of an exist- 
ing establishment, and there is 
[an establishment within 1,000 
[feet of 2218 Lombard Street. 
[CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 94.433C. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. V94-173 



JQSIE ROBERTS, Appellant 
(10) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 






gran ui ng 



[October 4, 1994, to Mercy 
[Charities, Inc., Rear Yard 
[Modification Variance (demolish 
[an existing warehouse and 
[construct a four-story over 
[garage, 50-unit affordable housing 
[project) at 1035 Folsom Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 93538EVDD. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. 



(12) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: November 10, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 

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



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 

Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

SEND - 2 - COPIES 



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HEETIN6 OF THE/ftOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 

WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 199V DO r...»e»m?ni=PT. 
5:30 P.M.. CTTrilAttr ROOH 282 NOV 2 3 1994 



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(1) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



(2) REQUEST FOR JURISDICTION BEYOND FIFTEEN-DAY APPEAL PERIOD : 

Letter from Alfred Sanchez, agent for Matthew and Hazel Wilson, requesting that the 
Board take jurisdiction over Order to Cease Violation of the City Planning Code at 
930 Minnesota Street (BPA No. 9220882). 



Date of Order 
Appeal period ended 
Request for jurisdiction 



August 18, 1994 
September 2, 1994 
November 10, 1994 



APPEAL NO. 94-172 



(3) 



JOHN L. STANTON, dba "BRUNO'S 

RESTAURANT", Appellant 
vs. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



IDenial on September 28, 1994, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit at 2389 Mission Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-177 



SAVE OUR STREETS, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[October 12, 1994, to Michael 
[Ofenham, Liane Ofenham and 
[Martin Ofenham. dba "Mutual Loan 
[Office", Pawnbroker permit at 
[1167 Sutter Street. 
[PERMIT NO. 082012. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-179 



THOMAS LAI, dba "SUZAN'S BAR 
& GRILL", Appellant 
(5) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



[Denial on October 18, 1994, 

[of Billiard Parlor permit (for 

[one pool table) at 3155 Vicente 

[Street, for lack of conditional 

[use authorization by the Planning 

[Commission. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-161 



LOUISA LEE, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APRPOVAL 



[Imposition of Penalty on 
[September 14, 1994, for work 
[done at 2051 - 44th Avenue. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9403150. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



NATIVIDAD KORDZIEL, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 89-209 



IDenial on September 22, 1989, 
[of permit to Alter a Building 
[(legalization of second curb 
[cut) at 949 Brussels Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 8908909. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, NOVEMBER 30, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-169 



IMOGENE GIELING, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



^Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1994, to Eckhard 
[Evers, permit to Alter a Building 
[(add penthouse and roof deck) 
[at 20 Beaver Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9411666S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-174 



EVIN OLLINGER, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 
[September 30, 1994, to Melanie 
[Born, permit to Alter a Build- 
ting (extend kitchen in rear and 
[repair decks) at 1276 Stanyan 
[Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9411661. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-176 



MORTON & BARBARA ROSENBLUM, 
Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APRPOVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[on October 12, 1994, to Charley 
[and Margaret Ann Charnas, permit 
[to Alter a Building (rear yard 
[additions at second, third, 
[fourth floors, kitchen and 
[master bedroom suite remodel) 
[at 3769 Jackson Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9405770S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(11) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS 



(12) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: November 22, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 



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. 



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



the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Public Library 

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APPEAL NO. 94-175 



PETER COOPER, dba "THE COOPERAGE", 

Appellant 
(2) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Suspension on October 7, 1994, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit for 120 days at 
[5320 Geary Blvd. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



FRANCISCO GONZALEZ, Appellant 
(3) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-178 



[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on October 20, 1994, 
[for work done at 270 Lisbon Street, 
[APPLICATION NO. 9413128. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 90-110 



ROBERT M. TIBBITS, Appellant 
(4) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



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



JOSEPH CAMHI, Appellant 
(5) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



APPEAL NO. V94-14B 

[Denial on September 2, 1994, 
[of Off-Street Parking variance 
[(to add a second dwelling unit 
[in basement without providing 
[the requisite one off-street 
[parking space) sought for 
[property at 3830 - 21st Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 94.301V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-164 



SCOTT R. DUCHIN, Appellant 
(6) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



"[Determination dated September 
[21, 1994 by the Zoning Admin- 
istrator that a conditional use 
[application for a massage estab- 
[lishment at 2218 Lombard Street 
[may not be considered by the 
[Planning Commission for the 
[reason that Section 790.60 of 
[the Planning Code prohibits such 
[uses within 1,000 feet of an exist- 
[ing establishment, and there is 
[an establishment within 1,000 
[feet of 2218 Lombard Street. 
[CONDITIONAL USE APPL. NO. 94.433C. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(7) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS . 



(8) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker. 



Date posted: December 1, 1994 



MEMB ERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 



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



the Board on an appeal may speak once for 



SPECIAL NOTES 

All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 



Briefs are limited 
for easy reference. 



to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 



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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall, Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



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MEETING OF THE; BOARD OF PERfHT APPEAL? Dor , I1Jea 

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER M, 1994 Dec 9 7994 



5:30 P.M., CITY HALL, ROOM 282 



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PUB L'C LIBRARY 



(1) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker 



(2) ADOPTION OF FINDINGS 



Appeal No, 
Treasure Islands. 



94-158 , protest of permit to collect refuse at 
Hearing November 9, 1994. Upon motion by Commis- 



Yerba Buena and 

sioner Murphy, the Board voted 5-0 to UPHOLD the department and to GRANT the permit 

with findings to be prepared by John Cooper, Deputy City Attorney. 



APPEAL NO. 94-125 



JOHN JENKEL, dba "CARRIAGE CHARTER", 

Appellant 
(3) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Protesting issuance on 
[July 27, 1994, to Gilles L. 
[Cohen and Jeff C. Sears, dba 
["Waterfront Carriages", 
[permit for vehicle for hire- 
[nonmotorized (to operate up 
[to five horse drawn carriages). 
[PERMIT NO. 079335. 
[PUBLIC HEARING HELD AND CLOSED 
[OCTOBER 12, 1994. 
[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION AND 
[ISCOTT REPORT TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-175 



PETER COOPER, dba "THE COOPERAGE 1 

Appellant 
(4) v S 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



[Suspension on October 7, 1994, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 

Lpc; i hi i i, I <J I 1LU 

[5320 Geary Blvd 

[TESTIMONY FROM APPELLANT ONLY. 

[FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION TODAY 



days at 



APPEAL NO. 94-183 



GAETANO BALISTRERI 
CAFE" 
(5) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 



dba "P0RT0FIN0 
Appel lant 



[Suspension on October 31, 1994, 
[of Mechanical Amusement Device 
[permit for 120 days at 
[520 Columbus Avenue. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



BOLDEN F. MYERS, dba "PHILLIPS 
SPEAKEASY", Appellant 
(6) vs. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING DISAPPROVAL 



APPEAL NO. 94-184 



[Denial on November 1, 1994, 
[of Place of Entertainment 
[and After Hours Dancing permits 
[at 201 Ninth Street. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-185 



ROBERT CARRIGAN, Appellant 
(7) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Protesting issuance on 

[November 7, 1994, to Arthur Zief, 

[permit to Erect a Building 

[(13 apartment units) at 

[2140 Hyde Street. 

[APPLICATION NO. 9414757. 

[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



MEETING OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS, DECEMBER M, 1991 PAGE TWO 



APPEAL NO. 94-182 



ROBERT H. BEHRE, Appellant 
(8) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



"[Appealing for Refund of Penalty 
[imposed on November 10, 1994, 
[for work done at 167 Mangel Ave. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9313112. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-186 



SABINA PELTA, Appellant 
(9) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 



[Appealing for Refund of 
[Penalty imposed on November 
[21, 1994, for work done at 
[2280 Pacific Avenue. 
[PLUMBING PERMIT NO. 325828. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-171 



NATHAN & NAN ROTH, Appellants 
(10) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[September 20, 1994, to Tracy 
[Kirkham, permit to Alter a 
[Building (renovation and con- 
version of vacant four unit 
[apartment building into a two 
[unit apartment building, with 
[vertical and horizontal additions) 
[1440 - 1446 Kearny Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9301680S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



Items (11A) and (11B) shall be heard together 



APPEAL NO. 94-193 



JOSIE ROBERTS, Appellant 
(11A) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 16, 1994, to Mercy Housing 
[California, permit to Demolish 
[a Building at 1035 Folsom Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9404556. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 94-194 



JOSIE ROBERTS, Appellant 
(11B) vs. 

DEPT. PUBLIC WORKS, Respondent 
CITY PLANNING APPROVAL 



[Protesting issuance on 
[November 16, 1994, to Mercy Housing 
[California, permit to Erect a 
[Building (50 apartment units with 
[garage) at 1035 Folsom Street. 
[APPLICATION NO. 9404557S. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



APPEAL NO. 



PAUL J. KERNICH, Appellant 
(12) vs. 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, Respondent 



V94-180 

TDenial 



on October 26, 1994, 
[of Off-Street Parking and 
[Rear Yard Variances sought 
[for 4621 - 18th Street. 
[VARIANCE CASE NO. 94.394V. 
[FOR HEARING TODAY. 



(13) COMMISSIONERS' COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS . 

(14) PUBLIC COMMENT: Presentation is limited to three (3) minutes for each speaker, 



Date posted: December 8, 1994 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PERMIT APPEALS 



ANGELA M. BRADSTREET 
WAYNE H. ALBA 
DOUGLAS S. CHAN 
IKE FELZER 
MARY G. MURPHY 



PRESIDENT 
VICE PRESIDENT 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 
COMMISSIONER 



DORIS LEVINE - OFFICIAL COURT REPORTER 456-9899 

THE PRESIDING OFFICER WILL CALL A RECESS AT APPROXIMATELY 7:00 P.M. 
AND WHENEVER NECESSARY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE HEARING REPORTER. 



PROCEDURE AT HEARINGS 

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. 

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

SPECIAL NOTES 



All original submittals must be accompanied by nine copies and be received at the 
Board office no later than the Thursday prior to the public hearing. 

The Board requests that appeals involving major design issues be referred before 
hearing to the A. I. A. Advisory Design Review Panels for mediation and recommen- 
dation for appropriate design changes. 

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. 

Briefs are limited to twelve pages, excluding exhibits, which should be tabbed 
for easy reference. 

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. 



ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION 



A sound enhancement system is used at the hearing. 



American sign language interpreters will be available upon request. Please contact 
Catherine Johnson at 554-6720 at least 72 hours prior to the hearing. Late requests 
will be honored if possible. 




Minutes of the hearing are available in alternative formats. If you require the 
use of a reader during the meeting, please contact Catherine Johnson at 554-6720, 
at least 72 hours in advance of need. 

Individuals with severe allergies, environmental illness, multiple chemical 
sensitivity or related disabilities should call the accessibility hotline at (415) 
554-8925 to discuss meeting accessibility. In order to assist the City's efforts 
to accommodate such people, attendees at public meetings are reminded that other 
attendees may be sensitive to various chemical based products. Please help the 
City to accommodate these individuals. 

The closest BART station is the Civic Center station at 8th and Market Streets. 
Accessible MUNI Metro lines serving this location are the J, K, L, M and N which 
stop at Van Ness Avenue and Market Street, and Civic Center station, and the 31 
and 42 bus lines. For information about MUNI accessible services call 923-6142. 

There is accessible parking in the Civic Center Garage under the Civic Center Plaza 
across Polk Street from City Hall and in the parking lot at Polk and McAllister 
Streets. 




Accessible seating for persons with disabilities (including those using wheelchairs) 
will be available. 




Smoking is prohibited in the Commission meeting room, City Hall hallways and 
restrooms. 



CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Board of Permit Appeals 

Robert H. Feldman, Executive Director 

City Hall , Room 154-A 

San Francisco, California 94102 

(415) 554-6720 



Jane Hudson 
Document Department 
Publ ic Library 

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