Requiring Mayor to Appear Monthly at a Board of Supervisors Meeting
Proposition E would amend the San Francisco City Charter to require the mayor to appear in person at one regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors per month.
This proposal differs from a similar measure voters approved in November 2006. That measure was a nonbinding policy statement suggesting that the mayor should pop in on a board meeting now and then, but Proposition E would add a monthly Board of Supervisors appearance to the duties legally required of the mayor under the charter.
The purpose of that appearance, according to the language of the measure, is for the mayor to “engage in formal policy discussions with members of the board.”