Another Hearing on N/L Turnarounds and More on October 24th!
Tune your Wayback Machine to January of this year, and recall that Supervisor Carmen Chu held a pretty hard hitting hearing on Muni's faiiures with regards to service west of 19th and in other "faraway" places (read not that far unless you're some doofus hipster/downtowner/outoftowner type that gets all cranky if something's not downtown).
Anyway, it seems Supervisor Chu has decided to do this thing called "holding people accountable" and will have another hearing on October 24th, at 10 PM, in Room 263 at City Hall. (That's this upcoming Monday). You can imagine that there will likely again be some disinfo rehab necessary to decode what's real and what's not.
If you can't make the meeting, you can always check it out on SFGOV.tv, or you can send in comments and questions to Supervisor Chu's office online as well. I'll have to likely cover it via cable tv as I'm busy that day, but just remember that the mainstream media is in full spin mode on behalf of certain people and factions within the city, so don't expect much out of them at this point.
It would be interesting to see how many Mayoral candidates showed up, that's for sure. Even more interesting - how many know what they're talking about and how many are content to say one thing in one place and say another elsewhere.