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By July 15, 2008, and every fifth year thereafter on July 15th, the report submitted shall address the preceding five calendar years and, in addition to the data described above, shall include a cordon count of the following key indicators:
(a) Implementation of Proposed Programming. The area plan proposes the implementation of various programs including impact fees for development, parking and curb cuts, residential permit parking reform, shared parking programs, and historic preservation survey. Implementation of said programs shall report the following:
(1) Fees. Monitor expenditure of all implemented fees. Report on studies and implementation strategies for additional fees and programming.
(2) Parking Programs. Report on implementation strategies, including cooperation with relevant agencies, and success of program as implemented.
(3) Historic Preservation Surveys. Report findings of survey. Detail further proceedings with regards to findings of survey work.
(b) Community Improvements. The Area Plan outlines major community improvements in the areas of open space, transportation, pedestrian realm, and community services. Implementation of improvements will be documented, including a focus on the following:
(1) Transportation Infrastructure and Services. Successful implementation of the Market and Octavia Plan requires that transportation services keep pace with existing and new demands. Citywide efforts to improve transit services, including the Transit Effectiveness Project (TEP), must be implemented in order to provide adequate service to the area. The time series reports shall report on the City's coordination of transit services with projected development, and provide recommendations for balancing transportation infrastructure with projected growth.
(2) Affordable Housing. Development of subsidized housing, below market rate units, off-site inclusionary housing, affordable housing built with in-lieu fee payments, and other types of affordable housing
(3) First Source Hiring. The Department shall cooperate with the First Source Hiring Administration and the CAC to report to the Board of Supervisors on the status of monitoring and enforcement of the First Source Hiring ordinance, Administrative Code Sections 83 et seq. in the Plan Area with the goal of increasing compliance with the First Source Hiring requirements. The Planning Department, First Source Hiring Administration, and CAC shall report to the Board on the compliance of ongoing commercial operations subject to the requirements of the First Source Hiring ordinance in addition to the compliance of the initial developer of the property.
(c) Planning Code Performance. Better Neighborhoods plans aim to clarify development proceedings, thus reducing the number of variances, articulating conditional use processes, and facilitating the development process. The permit process in the Plan Area and Citywide will be evaluated.
(Added by Ord. 72-08, File No. 071157, App. 4/3/2008)