If ever a Muni rider — packed into a sweaty, steaming bus or train in the midst of an interminable delay — dreamed of taking revenge via the ballot box, oh happy day: Your dreams are coming true.
There will be not one but two Muni-related charter amendments on the ballot come November. Sean Elsbernd's “Fix Muni Now” legislation qualified for the ballot last week. But the lesser-known — and more far-reaching — amendment introduced by four progressive supervisors had its language finalized only recently. Here's what that would do: