SAN FRANCISCO (KRON)—A legislative aide to San Francisco Supervisor Norman Yee confirms his resolution requiring the San Francisco police chief to live in the city and county has passed unanimously on Tuesday.

It is a non-binding resolution with no change to the law, said legislative aide Jen Low. The resolution has been designed as a message to the police commission and the mayor, Low said.

The police commission launched a search for a new police chief after former Chief Greg Suhr resigned in May. The commission forwarded three names for the police chief position to Mayor Ed Lee last month.

The police department has received 60 applications and 11 of those come from current or former members of the force.

Acting police chief Toney Chaplin is one of the people who have applied for the position. Chaplin is backed by many groups including the San Francisco Police Officers Association.