About the Implementation Committee

The Implementation Committee provides oversight of the funds from the CCBA. Our members are:

The San Francisco Organizing Project (SFOP),
Alliance Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE),
The San Francisco Labor Council (SFLC),
• The Bayview Hunters Point Project Area Committee (PAC),
The Hunters Point Shipyard Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC),
Lennar Urban
• A mutually agreed upon 7th Additional Community Member.

The Committee is intended to be a mix of those who were at the table to negotiate the agreement and community groups that have a major investment in the outcome of the benefits package.

For example, the Citizens Advisory Committee is a group of community and business people convened in 1993 by the Mayor’s Office to oversee the planning and development of the Hunters Point Shipyard. The San Francisco Organizing Project organizes within community institutions, namely churches and schools. The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment uses door-knocking and other grassroots strategies to identify new community leaders dedicated to advocating for their neighborhoods. The San Francisco Labor Council rallies members through their network of union locals, lifting up workers who are skilled in negotiating on behalf of their families.

By working together to implement the agreement, we can include a multitude of voices who want a stronger future for the Bayview and District 10 at large.

It is purposefully broad– no one voice can dominate the decision-making.

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  2. Cornerstone is a newly developed vocational school interested in securing funding to offer scholarships to residents in district 10 for training in entry level jobs in the healthcare field. We are faith based affiliated with the community development project at True Hope Church and Dr. Arelious Walker and the CDC.

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