Supes to consider public safety ballot measures 

On Thursday, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi’s two proposed June ballot measures will go before the Board of Supervisors Rules Committee for hearings.

One would mandate that cops walk regular foot beats and ride crime-plagued Muni lines.

The other addresses the mayor’s security-detail costs.

The foot patrol measure was submitted for the June 8 ballot with five signatures from members of the Board of Supervisors and does not require a vote.

The security detail measure would require at least six votes by the full board to end up on the ballot.

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