Watching supes more closely

It will soon be a lot easier to keep tabs on what members of the Board of Supervisors are up to.

Soon the board will launch what is being called a “Legislative Research Center,” an online comprehensive search engine.

The site will allow for improved tracking of legislation introduced and let users conduct specific searches.

For instance, one would be able to search for all legislation a specific supervisor sponsored. The center will also provide “alerts” when certain legislation is scheduled for a hearing.

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