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SF mayor to open doors to public for 10-minute chats

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San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell will open his office to the public on Friday to begin an “Open Door Chats” conversation series.

Twice a month, Farrell plans to have 10-minute meetings with anyone who enters a lottery system.

“I believe the Mayor’s Office should be transparent, open and accessible to all San Francisco residents,” Farrell said.

He said he wants to get to the “heart of the issues” and focus on his constituents’ day-to-day lives. Slots are open from 8:30 a.m. to noon on every first and third Friday of the month.

San Francisco residents can put their name in the lottery scheduling system at http://bit.ly/mayorfarrell. The first available slot is this Friday.

Farrell is serving as interim mayor until a special election on June 5 to replace Ed Lee, who died unexpectedly in December.

-Supriya Yelimeli, Bay City News

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