Monday, March 19, 2012

Sheriff Mirkarimi Says 
Web Site Needs 'Modernizing'

The latest turn in the Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi drama played out this morning in court, when he appeared before Judge James Collins for sentencing.

According to the Bay City News via the SF Appeal, the sheriff's punishment includes a day in the lockup, three-years probation, one-hundred hours of community service, fifty-two-weeks of domestic violence and family counseling, and must pay $600 in fines and fees.

After his court appearance, the sheriff sent me this note in response to my post yesterday about his office's lame site. I sure would like to know when he plans to get his office's web site functioning and providing the necessary engagement with citizens.

From: Ross.Mirkarimi
To: mpetrelis
Sent: Mon, Mar 19, 2012 11:48 am
Subject: Re: Anemic S.F. Sheriff's web site still 'under construction'?

Thank you, Michael -- there is a significant amount of electronic upgrading and modernizing that needs to be done, among them the website.

Be well,
Ross Mirkarimi

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