Error leads to supervisors meeting delay

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for today will be postponed until Wednesday after The Examiner inadvertently failed to publish a notice of the meeting in its Sunday edition.

Under the Brown Act, notices of public meetings must be published in a newspaper 36 hours before the meeting is scheduled to take place, said Board of Supervisors clerk Angela Calvillo.

“The exclusion of the announcement notice for Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting was left out of the paper due to human error,” said Examiner Publisher John Wilcox. “This is the first Sunday paper that has been produced at The Examiner in several years and unfortunately, this was a factor in the mistake. We regret the error and the inconvenience caused as a result, and have taken internal measures to prevent its recurrence.”

Two items from the agenda will be heard Tuesday afternoon: an appeal on a tentative final map for 1420 Turk St. and 1535 Eddy St., and an appeal on a tentative final map for 1345 Fillmore St., according to Calvillo. The board will consider the rest of its scheduled agenda Wednesday at 2 p.m.

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