Hearing set to discuss appointments to pedestrian safety group 

The Board of Supervisors’ Rules Committee will hold a hearing on Thursday to discuss the appointments of seven new members to the Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC), a citizens' group that councils The City on walking and transportation issues.

Four of the seven positions are being sought by incumbents on the committee, while three new citizens are seeking to become part of the body, which works closely with the Municipal Transportation Agency.

The two-year terms are staggered, with three of the appointees’ tenure expiring in 2011, and the other four lasting until 2012. As part of the requirements of PSAC, certain members must represent specific organizations, such as pedestrian safety, transit, environmental and bike groups.

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