According to the NY Post's sources, "Mayor Bloomberg is planning to convene a Charter Revision Commission in the coming year... Reimposing term limits for city politicians is one issue definitely on the table, sources said. And the mayor might also press to eliminate the Public Advocate's Office -- a position he's publicly said is no longer needed. He may also seek to clip the wings of the city's five borough presidents -- who earn $160,000 a year for government jobs that have largely become advisory since 1989." He's supposed to decide whether he'll convene the commission next month—maybe by then we'll stop laughing about the idea of him reimposing term limits by then.