§ 9.104.

VETO OF APPROPRIATIONS

The Mayor may reduce or reject any expenditure authorized by the Board of Supervisors, except appropriations for bond interest, redemption or other fixed charges, within ten days after the adoption of a final biennial or supplemental appropriations ordinance. Within ten days of receipt of the Mayor’s veto message, the Board of Supervisors may reinstate, in whole or in part, any expenditure reduced or rejected by the Mayor by a vote of two-thirds of its members. In overriding any Mayoral veto, the Board of Supervisors shall not cause the aggregate expenditures for the General Fund or any special, sequestered or other fund in the appropriation ordinances to exceed the Mayor’s revenue estimate as allocated to such funds.

History

(Amended by Proposition A, Approved 11/5/2009)

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