Green Building Subcommittee - May 3, 2019 - Agenda
May 3, 2019 - 9:00am
1660 Mission, Room 4009
CODE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Regular Meeting of the
Green Building Subcommittee
DATE: May 3, 2019 (Friday)
TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
LOCATION: 1660 Mission Street, Room 4009
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Note: Public comment is welcome and will be heard during each agenda item. Reference documents relating to agenda are available for review at the 1660 Mission Street, 1st Floor. For information, please call Tom Fessler (415) 575-6923.
1.0 Call to Order and Roll Call Members: Zachary Nathan, AIA, CASp; Kevin Wallace; Ilene Dick; Henry Karnilowicz; Robert Wong, M.E.
2.0 Discussion and possible action regarding carrying forward the energy and green building provisions of the San Francisco Green Building Code into the 2019 code cycle.
3.0 Discussion and possible action regarding opportunities for 2019 San Francisco Green Building Code to include additional energy provisions consistent with California and San Francisco climate change mitigation policies. Materials for discussion include materials reviewed at April 5, 2019 meeting and presentation from Department of Environment.
4.0 Subcommittee Members’ and Staff’s identification of new agenda items, as well as current agenda items to be continued to another subcommittee regular meeting or special meeting.
Subcommittee discussion and possible action regarding administrative issues related to building codes. Public Comment: Public comment will be heard on items not on this agenda but within the jurisdiction of the Code Advisory Committee. Comment time is limited to 3 minutes per person or at the call of the Chair.
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