Those DBI complaints were voiced at a budget meeting at the HSA on November 15, 2012. In short, Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic has essentially been slapped with a fine for being a slum lord. It's worth noting that the city of San Francisco pays this $92 million in order to provide safe, clean affordable housing to low income residents. Most of this money is supposed to be used for upkeep and maintenance, so if it isn't being used, where is the money going?
The first document is the minutes of the HSA meeting that includes the public comment from one of the tenants at the All Star hotel in the Mission, which is then followed by discussion and the motion to approve the additional $153,000 was denied because it failed to get a second vote. Also below is some of the actual complaints at the Department of Building Inspection
TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC Adult Supportive Housing Program Manager Ylonda Calloway presented the request to modify the grant with TENDERLOIN HOUSING CLINIC for provision of the Housing First Program Care Not Cash and Non-Care Not Cash Sites; during the period of July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013; in the additional amount of $153,415 fora revised total grant amount not to exceed $93,088,573.Additionally, Ms Calloway furnished an update re the All Star Hotel which has been deemed as safe. Eldon James Brown, a tenant of the All Star Hotel, expressed concern re the still existing building code violations which the building landlord has failed to address. Discussion followed.Commissioner Yamasaki moved approval of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic grant modification. The motion failed for the lack of a second
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