Monday, January 10, 2005

Highlights from supervisors’ schedules, based on a six-month review of "Legislative Week" and regular calendars, with a bit of analysis in Tuesday's Body Politic:

Aaron Peskin: Standing meetings with budget staff; cameo appearances at events sponsored by city and state elected officials; a week off after election

Michela Alioto-Pier: Meetings on disability issues; participation in stem cell research and biotech seminars

Gerardo Sandoval: Weekly Spanish-language radio interviews; participation on city employee retirement system board

Jake McGoldrick: Media events on neighborhood issues; week off after the election

Tom Ammiano: heavy calendar with invites to overlapping events seven days a week; on Labor Day, items include “11:00 a.m. – get arrested” following hotel workers union strategy session; low-key schedule of campaign events

Sean Elsbernd: Regular weekend cleanups on Mount Davidson and Edgehill Mountain; heavy campaign schedule and attendance at several of Mayor Newsom’s swearing-in ceremonies and public announcements

Matt Gonzalez: Speaking engagements, interviews and spoken-word performances for left-wing audiences; weekly teaching engagement at S.F. Art Institute – “Art, Politics and Society”; lobbying zoo on animal conditions

Chris Daly: Visited China during June leg week; regular meetings with budget staff

Sophie Maxwell: Focus on health and family issues; participation in many low-profile community events, and in programs sponsored by African-American churches

Fiona Ma: Weekly press conference for Chinese media; little detail about specifics of constituent meetings

Bevan Dufty: Attention to basic city services and transportation issues; participation in many LGBT community events; only supervisor to specifically block out “work time” and hold a weekly “open door” hour

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