Mayor to meet directly with residents on budget 

Mayor Gavin Newsom is planning to meet individually with residents on Friday to get their ideas and opinions about the pending $522 million budget deficit.

On Thursday, residents can call into City Hall and schedule an appointment with the Mayor, who will hold 15 minute sessions on Friday in the Mission and the Tenderloin. Anyone can make an appointment as long as they are San Francisco residents.

“It’s a way to get out of city hall and hear about their priorities directly, especially with the budget,” said Tony Winnicker, Newsom’s spokesman.

It’s the first of several open door budget sessions the mayor plans to host with residents in San Francisco. To make an appointment for Friday call (415) 554-6683

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