And in useless news today, the Board of Supervisors is "in limbo" about whether or not to reject Muni's latest budget, even though this amounts to a "largely symbolic" vote on the part of the Supes, i.e. a political middle finger in the direction of the MTA. You see, the city is obligated by voter mandate to fund Muni, so whether or not the union accepts the mayor's negotiated concessions, they'll get their money anyway. Board President David Chiu threatens to reject the budget if Muni refuses to restore service cuts by fall, the result of which would just be the Supervisors sitting and pouting and refusing to transfer $7M in tax revenue into Muni's accounts, even though they have to. [Chron]