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(a) The Director of HSH may issue rules, regulations, and/or guidelines, applicable to the Program, consistent with the objectives and requirements of this Chapter 119. Prior to the amendment of such rules, regulations, and/or guidelines, the Director shall seek input and comment from Program Participants.
(b) Consistent with Charter requirements, the Director of HSH may enter into contracts or other agreements with other City departments, public agencies, and private entities to aid in the administration of this Article 1.
(c) All City officers and entities shall cooperate with the Director of HSH in the implementation and administration of this Article 1.
(d) HSH shall track and evaluate the Safe Overnight Parking Pilot Program’s outcomes. Not more than six months after the effective date of Chapter 119, and every six months thereafter, HSH shall report key information to the Board of Supervisors, including but not limited to the number of Program Participants served by the Vehicle Navigation Triage Center and Safe Parking Lot(s); Program Participants’ lengths of stay; and Program Participants’ destinations upon exit (e.g., permanent housing, transitional housing). Within one year of the effective date of this Chapter 119, HSH and the Controller shall jointly submit to the Board of Supervisors a report that summarizes these statistics and describes any lessons learned from the operation of the Safe Overnight Parking Pilot Program, and makes recommendations as to how and whether the Program should be continued, along with a proposed resolution to accept the report.