If Jeff Adachi is this city's pension crusader, Tony Hall must be pension pope. The former supervisor and professional singer (who has an colorful past, no doubt) told SF Weekly that Adachi's pension solution "isn't worth a darn." It simply doesn't go far enough -- and the Ed Lee plan is a joke.
Interestingly, the city's major proponent of blowing up the pension system and starting anew is, in fact, a pensioner. "That's me!" admits Hall.
In a form he recently submitted to the Department of Elections, Hall reveals that "nearly 100 percent of my current income is the retirement benefits I earned serving in [city] administrative positions. I have no other income."
You can read it here: