Feb 24, 2022 3 min read

Residents Weigh In On Future District 7 Supervisorial Boundaries

Population change by district. Courtesy image

The Redistricting Task Force met to collect comments about what should and shouldn’t be included in the redrawn map for Supervisorial District 7.

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Residents, many affiliated with improvement associations, shared input Wednesday evening about what neighborhoods and communities should be part of Supervisorial District Seven for the next decade.

The city's Redistricting Task Force, the nine-member body responsible for redrawing the city’s 11 supervisorial districts after the release of the U.S. Census each decade, held the virtual meeting.

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