At its Monday, March 26, 2012 meeting, the Taxi Advisory Council (TAC) voted to approve a final version of the Medallion Sales Pilot Program Report to be submitted to the MTA Board of Directors.
The vote was 13-1, the sole 'no' vote being from Bill Mounsey. Included later in this article is a copy of the Medallion Sales Pilot Program report in its entirety.
Council Liaison's Report
During the Council Liaison's report, Eric Richholt, the SFMTA's taxi enforcer, issued statistics on 2012 enforcement so far. They are...
18 - Bandit cab drivers cited for operating without a permit.
2 - Drivers were cited twice – Zamzami and Hzami
3 - Town car drivers
7 - Illegal drivers who were San Francisco residents
11- Illegal drivers who were out-of-town residents
65 - Limousine drivers cited for parking in white zones
14 - A-card holders cited by SFPD for operating a town car like a taxi
2 - Medallion holders cited for failure to remove color scheme indicia
1 - Medallion holder cited for providing false statements on 2010 and 2011 Annual Sworn Statements
4 - Color schemes cited for not having anyone present during business hours
1 - Color scheme cited for improper use of spare vehicles, failure to maintain current lease agreement, and failure to maintain driver waybills
3 - Medallion holder investigations for lack of compliance with Full Time Driving Requirement
3 - Broker investigations at three color schemes for managing permits outside the regulated lease arrangements.