Start of SFMTA board meetings slated to change — again

For the second time in six months, the starting time of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s Board of Directors meeting is scheduled to change.

Back in April, the SFMTA’s Board of Directors voted to move their regularly scheduled meetings to noon, two hours earlier than the traditional 2 p.m. start time. Apparently, that switch hasn’t been working, as the board is considering moving the start time again, this time to 1 p.m.

At its meeting on Tuesday — which will start at noon — the board will vote on changing the start time of its meeting. If the vote is approved, the new 1 p.m. meeting time will go into effect Nov. 2.

wreisman@sfexaminer.com

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