Cisneros will be collecting city taxes for four more years

Running unopposed, José Cisneros was elected for a second term to serve as the treasurer and tax collector for The City.

In September 2004, Mayor Gavin Newsom appointed Cisneros to the position and he was re-elected to the four-year post in 2005.

As tax collector, Cisneros is responsible for the collection and enforcement of most local taxes, including the payroll, hotel and parking taxes.

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