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A mayor was the political leader of a planetary settlement. (STO mission: "Winter Invasion") The position was equal to the Romulan term maiori. (STO missions: "A Day on the Farm", "Cloak and Dagger") Its Bajoran counterpart was the tetrarch. (DS9 episode: "The Storyteller") The term mayor was also used on Earth. (TNG episode: "Family")

History

In 2024, the mayor of the Earth city San Francisco was the Honorable Helen Burke. (DS9 episode: "Past Tense")

In 2367, Marie Picard told Jean-Luc Picard that the mayor of La Barre, Earth wanted to give him a parade to honor Jean-Luc's first return to his hometown in twenty years. (TNG episode: "Family")

By 2380, Henri Bonnaire had been La Barre's mayor for most of Jean-Luc Picard's adult life. Mayor Bonnaire presided of the wedding of Beverly Crusher and Captain Picard, which was unusual for a mayor in France but acceptable because La Barre was small and Bonnaire and Picard knew each other since childhood. (TNG novella: Q Are Cordially Uninvited)

Since 2409 (year 2013 in local timekeeping), Mayor Truffles was the leader of Gingerbread Colony. (STO mission: "Winter Invasion")

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