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September 23, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO

PLANNING COMMISSION

 

Special Meeting Minutes

 

Commission Chambers - Room 400

City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Thursday, September 23, 2010

1:30 PM

Special Hearing

 

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT:  Miguel, Olague, Antonini, Moore and Sugaya

 

THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY PRESIDENT MIGUEL AT 1:44 P.M.

 

STAFF IN ATTENDANCE:  John Rahaim – Director of Planning, Bill Wycko, Devyani Jain, and Linda Avery – Commission Secretary.

 

 

A.           SPECIAL CALENDAR:

 

1.        2005.0555E                                                                                         (D. JAIN: (415) 575-9051)

PUBLIC Hearing on the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) Draft EIRThe proposed project is CPMC’s multi-phased plan to meet State seismic safety requirements for hospitals, expand medical facilities, and create a 20-year framework and Institutional Master Plan for its four existing medical campuses (Pacific Campus at Sacramento and Buchanan Streets, California Campus at Maple and California Streets, Davies Campus at Castro and 14th Streets, and St. Luke’s Campus at Cesar Chavez and Valencia Streets), and a new medical campus (Cathedral Hill Campus at Van Ness Avenue and Geary Boulevard) in San Francisco. The proposed Cathedral Hill Campus would include development of a 15-story, 555-bed hospital and two medical office buildings (MOBs), Cathedral Hill MOB and 1375 Sutter MOB. An underground pedestrian tunnel is proposed beneath Van Ness Avenue connecting the Cathedral Hill MOB and new hospital. When completed (2015), the Cathedral Hill Campus would allow CPMC to consolidate existing acute-care and primary emergency services, and Women’s and Children’s Center at existing campuses within the new Cathedral Hill Hospital, as well as to redevelop its existing campuses. Pacific Campus development would include a new Ambulatory Care Center and underground parking. Davies Campus development would include two new MOBs and parking improvements. St. Luke’s Campus development would include a new six-story, 80-bed replacement hospital and a five-story MOB/Expansion Building (and parking improvements) on the site of the former (demolished) hospital. CPMC would sell the California Campus by 2020 after relocation of its inpatient services to the new Cathedral Hill Hospital and other services to the Pacific Campus.

The proposed new Cathedral Hill Hospital Campus is within the RC-4 (Residential Commercial-High Density) Use District, NC-3 (Neighborhood Commercial, Moderate-Scale) Use District, and Van Ness Special Use District (SUD); and 130-V and 130-E Height and Bulk Districts.  The Pacific Campus is within the RM-1 and RM-2 (Low Density Residential, Mixed and Moderate Density Residential, Mixed, respectively) Use Districts; and 40-X and 160-F Height and Bulk Districts. The California Campus is within the RM-2 Use District; and the 80-E Height and Bulk District. The Davies Campus is within the RH-3 (Residential House, Three-Family) Use District; and the 65-D Height and Bulk District. The St. Luke’s Campus is within the RH-2 (Residential House, Two-Family) Use District; and 65-D and 105-E Height and Bulk Districts. The CPMC LRDP would require General Plan and Planning Code text and map amendments; General Plan referrals; Planned Unit Development (PUD) and Conditional Use authorization (CU) addressing height, bulk, parking and permitted uses, among other approvals.

            Preliminary Recommendation: No action is required. This hearing is for the purpose of receiving Planning Commission and public comment only.

 

SPEAKERS:     In support of Bertie Campbell, Terrence Dunnigan, Yolanda Jones, Mark Paslevan, Paul Greech, Tyler Krehlitz, Jim Lazarus, Dionne Miller, Michael Theriault, Cassidy Bloughy, Suzanne Giraudo, Michael Pappas, Joe Fang, Rigo Rodrigez, Natalie Logan, Benjamin Aune, Patricia Ruiz, Chris Retajczylz, Paul Dziadij, Charley Lavery, Barbara Berwick, Mary Lanier, Tony Guzetta, Fung Lam, Joel Koppell, Ed Schaffarcyck, Konani Ahmed, Ramon Hernandez, Brian Webster, Lance Toma, Lori Martens, Ted Li, Dick Schrum, Richard Magary, Guillermo Rodriguez, Joe Kim, Mark Schroer, David Mecker, Chris Poland, Arnold Townsend, Michael Theriault, Margarita Lopez Paris, Mary Surakamya, Sui Kwong, Tania Kostanian, Jesus Villalobos; In opposition of Barbara Savitz, Linda Carter, Rachel Ebaza, Bruce Hicks, Linda Chapman, Jonica Brooks, Eileen Prendiville, Paul Wermer, Jane Seleznun, Joseph Snooke, Maria Servillon, Maria Regalado, Reiko Furuya, Taffy Dollard, Hiroshi Fukuda, Rose Hillson, George Mayer, Jessica Wimer, Nate Green, Terrence Valen, Kevin Kitchingham, Margaret Kettunen Zegart, Ian Berke, Barbara Lopez, Jaron Browne, Magdalena M, Fran Taylor, Nancy Evans, Jackie Mucha, Ronnie Aanins, Jimmy Nguyen, Jose L Mornes, Jane Sandoval, Ben Elliott, Joanne Jung, Alex T. Tom, Orlando Ryel, Stephen Tennis, Betty Huey, Debbie Perkins Kalama, Rosa Marquez, Robert Atkinson, Michael Lyon, Siu Chen, Jane Martin, Flavio Casoy, Nella Manvel, Galicia Doy, Peggie Lennir, Lydia Pantig, Robert Barham, Neutral Jason Fried, Patricia Hogan, Marianna Ferris, Jack Scott, Bernie Choden, Lois Scott, Helene Dellanini, Dina Hillard, Steve Woo, Jeff Buckley, Erin Chen, James Tracy, Lisa Cleis, Cliffton Smith, Raven Allen, Paul Lentz, Randy Shaw, Peggy Lenoir, Elaine Jones, Dipak Patel, Sam Patel, Lorenzo Listana, Margarita Mena, Joe Brown, Nella C. Manuel, Mike Williams, Denise Roe, Yolanda I, Catalina Dean, Robert Barham, Patricia Ruiz, Natalie Logan, Chris Retajczk, Paul Dziadi, Jose Morales, Emily Lee, Alan Wofsy, Diane Smith, Mary Michelucci, Rick Hanptman, Tina Shauf, Marian Halley, Troy Davidson, Gordon Mar, Malcolm Young, Le Tim Ly, Carol Brownson, Carolina Moratillo, Felicidad Afenir, Gaudioso Galicia, Kevin Brown, Florence Kong, Pilar EK, Neil Patel, David Elliot Lewis, Retilan Patel, Elaine Zamora, Marc Anthony.

 

ACTION:           This was a public hearing on the draft EIR.  The Commission did not take any action

 

 

Adjournment:   7:55 p.m.

 

Adopted:       October 14, 2010

Last updated: 10/21/2010 1:17:40 PM