Muni CEO Nat Ford Allegedly Calls Mandatory Meeting in Wake of SF Weekly Story, Rails Against 'Snitches'
He then purportedly handed out copies of SF Weekly from a large stack of newspapers and gave the gathered crowd 20-odd minutes to read "The Muni Death Spiral." Then, for the better part of 40 minutes, Ford allegedly excoriated his top lieutenants.
"There's a snitch in this room," Ford allegedly told his top brass.
In other words, the problem isn't that Muni has problems -- it's that somebody talked about the problems.
SF Weekly moments ago called Muni spokeswoman Kristen Holland to verify this Wednesday meeting took place. "I will inquire," she replied.