Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have required communities to reopen parking immediately after street-sweeping.
The bill also would have prevented residents from getting ticketed if they parked next to a broken meter for up to two hours.
In his veto message Brown said the bill would have hindered municipalities from performing regular road maintenance and would have confused drivers about when they were allowed to park in certain areas… (more)
Watch for the SFMTA to take advantage of this if they can. Ask the supervisor candidates what they will do to protect us from these infringements.