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Leno rules out 2019 mayoral run

Bay Area Reporter - 20 Sep 2018
Despite losing the special mayoral election in June by 1.1 percentage points to London Breed, gay former state senator Mark Leno has ruled out challenging her in 2019 when she seeks a full, four-year term. In an interview Monday with the Bay Area ...
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Mission-based education program celebrates $6 million in funding

Mission Local - 21 Sep 2018
Nancy Pelosi, Mayor London Breed, Supervisor Hillary Ronen, and School Board Commissioner Mark Sanchez. The program: Mission Promise Neighborhoods, which, as Mission Local reported in July, was re-infused with a two-year $6 million grant from the ...
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SF mayor urges global leaders to join city in climate change fight

San Francisco Chronicle - 12 Sep 2018
Mayor London Breed called on cities around the world Wednesday to join San Francisco in making the fight against global warming a top priority as she welcomed delegates from six continents to the city for the Global Climate Action Summit. Her appeal ...
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Declaring a Shelter Crisis Could Yield Emergency Funds

SF Weekly - 14 Sep 2018
Mayor London Breed put forward a resolution to declare a shelter emergency to the state, allowing San Francisco to apply for special funds under an emergency aid program. The Budget and Finance Committee on Thursday sent the resolution to the full ...
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SF schools giving teachers raises without revenue to pay for them

San Francisco Chronicle - 17 Sep 2018
In a letter sent to SFUSD Superintendent Vincent Matthews on Friday, Mayor London Breed called the timing of the wage increase an issue of “great concern,” given unresolved questions about when the money generated by Proposition G will be available, ...
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Supervisors approve Mayor Breed's Police Commission appointments

San Francisco Examiner - 12 Sep 2018
Mayor London Breed's two appointments to the Police Commission were approved Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors, despite questions over whether they would support re-entering an agreement with a federal terrorism task force. Dion-Jay Brookter, who ...

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