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(a) Purpose. New development in the Central SoMa Plan Area will increase the resident and employee populations, generating new demand for use of community-serving infrastructure such as transit, complete streets, and recreation and open space. New revenues to fund investments in this infrastructure are necessary to maintain the existing level of service. This fee will generate revenue that will be used to ensure an expansion in community-serving infrastructure in Central SoMa as new development occurs.
(b) Findings. The Board of Supervisors reviewed the San Francisco Citywide Nexus Analysis prepared by AECOM dated March 2014 (“Nexus Analysis”), the San Francisco Infrastructure Level of Service Analysis prepared by AECOM dated March 2014, and the Transportation Sustainability Fee Nexus Study (TSF Nexus Study), dated May, 2015, on file with the Clerk of the Board in Files Nos. 150149 and 150790, and, pursuant to Section 401A, adopts the findings and conclusions of those studies and the general and specific findings in that Section, specifically including the Recreation and Open Space Findings, Pedestrian and Streetscape Findings, Bicycle Infrastructure Findings, and Transit Findings, and incorporates those by reference herein to support the imposition of the fees under this Section.
(Added by Ord. 296-18, File No. 180184, App. 12/12/2018, Eff. 1/12/2019)