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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

LPSF Rates 5 City Propositions For Nov. Election

The Libertarian Party of San Francisco has published its recommendation for the five local propositions on the S.F. ballot in November:
  • A: Should the City Charter be amended to require the City to develop binding long-range financial policies, to adopt a two-year budget cycle, and to create a five-year financial plan to forecast expenditures and revenues?  Yes
  • B: Should the City Charter be amended to allow members of the Board of Supervisors an unspecified number of aides? No
  • C: Should the City be allowed to enter into naming contracts for the stadium at Candlestick Point? Yes
  • D: Should a special sign district be created which would allow new general advertising signs on and near Market Street between 5th and 7th Streets? No
  • E: Should the City prohibit any increase in advertising on any City owned property, such as buildings and street furniture (news racks, transit shelters etc.)? No
The LPSF also reports that its poster has been spotted as far away as New Hampshire.  Pictures after the jump, ordering info here.


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