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For purposes of this Chapter 23A:
"Administrator" shall mean the City Administrator as set forth in Section 3.104 of the City's Charter.
"Affordable Housing" shall mean housing that is restricted as affordable to households earning up to 120% of the Area Median Income, and may also include housing for Homeless or formerly Homeless persons.
"Area Median Income" shall have the meaning set forth in Charter Section 16.110.
"Education Districts" shall mean the San Francisco Unified School District and the San Francisco Community College District.
"Enterprise Departments" shall mean the following City departments: the Port, the Airport, the Public Utilities Commission, the Municipal Transportation Agency, the Recreation and Parks Commission and the Fine Arts Museums Board of Trustees.
"Executive Director" shall mean the Executive Director of the MOHCD.
"Homeless" shall mean:
1. an individual or family who lacks a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence; or
2. an individual or family who has a primary nighttime residence that is:
A. a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designed to provide temporary living accommodations; or
B. an institution that provides a temporary residence for individuals who have been institutionalized; or
C. a public or private place not designed for, or ordinarily used as, a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings; or
3. families with minor children living in single resident occupancy rooms and other overcrowded housing conditions.
"Housing Trust Fund" shall mean the Housing Trust Fund established by the City under Charter Section 16.110.
"Middle Income Housing" shall mean housing that is affordable to households earning up to 150% of Area Median Income.
"MOHCD" shall mean the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development, and any successor City department.
"Property" shall mean any real property located within and owned by the City and County of San Francisco of one-quarter acre or more, excluding land and buildings reserved or intended to be reserved for open space or parks purposes, any land dedicated for public right-of-way purposes, any land used or reserved for transit lines, or public utility rights-of-way, or any publicly dedicated streets or rights-of-way. "Property" shall not include any real property owned by or on behalf of the Education Districts.
"State Surplus Property Statute" shall mean California Government Code Sections 54220 through 54233, as may be amended or supplanted.
"Surplus Property" shall mean any Property that is not required to fulfill the mission of the City department, commission or agency with jurisdiction or control of such Property and that is not required to fulfill the mission of another governmental agency pursuant to an inter-governmental transfer, and shall not include any land to be exchanged for other land to be used by a City department in accordance with an existing letter of intent or agreement;
"Underutilized Property" shall mean an entire Property or portion thereof (including air rights), with or without improvements, that is used by the City only at irregular periods of time or intermittently, or that is used by the City for current purposes that can be satisfied with only a portion of such Property, or that is not currently occupied or used by the City and for which there are no plans by the City to occupy or use such Property, and that has a potential for development as Affordable Housing while maintaining the existing and anticipated City uses of the Property.