Board of Supervisors to Discuss SFMTA Budget and Audit Today

IMG_1277.jpgMuni will be center stage at City Hall today. Photo: Michael Rhodes

Heads up, Muni riders and supporters: the Board of Supervisors will be taking the first step towards approving or rejecting the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s two-year budget today at its Budget & Finance Committee meeting.

Follow Streetsblog SF’s Twitter feed for news of major developments at the meeting, or come down to City Hall in person at 1:30 p.m. to speak during the public comment period. In addition to discussing the budget, the supervisors will be talking to the city’s budget analyst, Harvey Rose, about the results of an SFMTA management audit released yesterday.

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