Middle Polk Neighborhood Association Meeting with SFMTA Director Ed Reiskin

On the MPNA agenda:

We will be discussing the following topics:

The SFMTA’s Future Plans and the ballot funding initiative being voted on this November. The speaker will be the head of the SFMTA, Ed Reskin.

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