San Jose requires its elected officials to make their calendars public. The idea is a little sunshine on day-to-day activities holds Mayor Chuck Reed and the City Council accountable. After an extensive review of public calendars for all 11 elected officials in San Jose, it’s clear that no one loves a working lunch more than Councilman Xavier Campos. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like he’s actually doing much work during his midday snacks. Campos’ calendar notes 107 separate lunches/luncheons in the first eight months of the year. By comparison, District 1 Councilman Pete Constant came in second with a distant 55 lunches, while Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen has been the least enthusiastic lunch lady with just four meals tallied on her calendar. So, why does Campos have so many lunches on his schedule? It could be to beef up his calendar and make it seem like he’s actually doing something. Sadly, all too often the councilman dines alone. If his calendar is to be trusted, Campos ate with other people just 15 times in his 100-plus meals. That sounds depressing, but taxpayers who take a mere hour may feel worse. The lil’ bro of State Assemblywoman Nora Campos, who formerly oversaw District 5 before Fredo inherited East San Jose, managed to stretch 93 of his 107 meals longer than an hour—generally he reserved a 90-minute block to nosh and digest. It’s possible Campos is simply omitting the names of people he meets with, which could be of interest to the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC). Word is the state’s political watchdog is still looking into Campos’ ties to admitted felon and former county supervisor George Shirakawa Jr. The FPPC audit of Campos is now in its fifth month after the previous investigator on the case died.