SF mayor’s car busted for parking in bus zone 

click to enlarge Mayor Ed Lee's Chevy Volt parked on a Muni bus stop. - PHOTO: DAVID BLACK
  • Photo: David Black
  • Mayor Ed Lee's Chevy Volt parked on a Muni bus stop.
The vehicle that shuttles Mayor Ed Lee about town was recently spotted parked in a Muni bus zone, according to a report on Streetsblog.

Pictures were posted online Friday of Lee’s electric Chevy Volt parked in a bus stop on Diamond Street in Glen Park, where the mayor had reportedly stopped to grab a bite to eat at a nearby taqueria.

The police officer who drives Lee’s car for him “will be admonished,” the SF Weekly reported.

The fine for parking in a bus zone in San Francisco is $271.

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