12/12/17 1:11 a.m. San Francisco Mayor Dies Unexpectedly
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Acting Mayor London Breed Sadly Announces the Sudden Death of Mayor Edwin Lee. Click image for video.
San Francisco- The thoughts and prayers of San Franciscans are with Mayor Edwin Lee's Family. The announcement of his death this morning came as Board of Supervisor President London Breed and now Acting Mayor gave as many details as she could early this morning. She announced a 10 a.m. News Conference at City Hall today.
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KPIX Reporter Joe Vazquez Spoke Early This Morning with former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr., a mentor of the Late San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee.
Reverend Greggory Brown, Miracles of Faith Community Church, ELCA
So sorry to hear of Mayor Ed Lee's death overnight. I know you supported his administration with much respect. We will keep the Mayor's family and San Francisco in our Prayers. Pastor.
Jackie Wright of Wright Enterprises Congratulates Mayor Edwin Lee October 14, 2015 at the announcement of the $1.69 Billion HUD Public Housing Transformation Plan in San Francisco. Photo by Johnnie Burrell, International Media TV:
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“We cannot just say there is a homelessness crisis and continue moving at our normal pace,” said Mayor London Breed. “We need immediate action to address this public emergency, and we need to move faster to add more beds and get our unsheltered residents the services they need to help them exit homelessness. I am committed to opening 1,000 new shelter beds by 2020 to clear our nightly waitlist for shelter and bureaucracy and red tape should not delay our efforts to bring help to the people who are suffering on our streets.”