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Glen Park Association Fall Members Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather
22:13
To Howard’s point; how will we protect social workers and such?
Bonnee Waldstein
23:38
if we’ve never achieved the number in the charter what’s the impetus to change it now?
Bonnee Waldstein
24:15
seems like it would be used to decrease the number not increase
Heather
42:00
Please type questions into the chat :)
Carolyn White
42:11
I thought it was the Median salary, not the lowest salaries.
Heather
42:23
Text of Prop L
Heather
42:23
Shall the City place an additional tax permanently on some businesses in San Francisco when their highest-paid managerial employee earns more than 100 times the median compensation paid to their employees in San Francisco, where the additional tax rate would be between 0.1%-0.6% of gross receipts or between 0.4%-2.4% of payroll expense for those businesses in San Francisco, for an estimated revenue of between $60-140 million a year?[2]
Bonnee Waldstein
46:03
can Richie tell us a bit about himself
Bonnee Waldstein
46:31
does he represent any group
Carolyn
49:54
Jasper is here
Hilary Schiraldi
49:58
Welcome, Jasper!
Jasper Yes on L
50:07
Hi everyone!
Carolyn White
54:56
Is this actually a vendetta against the tech industry?
Stephany Wilkes
56:41
This prop is one of the few I have not read the full text of (sorry!). That said: Does the prop language earmark some or all of these funds to health care/hiring nurses, or might that money be allocated elsewhere if it passes?
Stephany Wilkes
01:02:09
Thank you!
Bonnee Waldstein
01:02:43
health care is much more than nurses. are other caregivers included?
Heather
01:07:23
https://ballotpedia.org/San_Francisco_City_and_County,_California_ballot_measures
Heather
01:08:00
A huge thank you to all our guests — speakers and attendees!
Heather
01:08:12
PLEASE VOTE!
Jasper Yes on L
01:08:30
Thanks for having me everyone!