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(a) Purpose. New development in Central SoMa will increase the resident and employee populations, generating new demand for use of community service facilities, such as cultural facilities, health clinics, services for people with disabilities, and job training centers. New revenues to fund investments in community services are necessary to maintain the existing level of service. This fee will generate revenue that will be used to ensure an expansion in community service facilities in Central SoMa as new development occurs.
(b) Findings. In adopting the Central SoMa Plan (Ordinance No. 296-18, on file with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in File No. 180184), the Board of Supervisors reviewed the Central SoMa Community Facilities Nexus Study, prepared by Economic & Planning Systems and dated March 2016. The Board of Supervisors reaffirms the findings and conclusions of this study as they relate to the impact of new development in Central SoMa on community services facilities, and hereby readopts the findings contained in the Central SoMa Community Facilities Nexus Study.
(Added by Ord. 296-18, File No. 180184, App. 12/12/2018, Eff. 1/12/2019)