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Mayor and City Administrator Appoints Carrie Bishop as City's First Chief Digital Services Officer

Mayor and City Administrator Appoints Carrie Bishop as City's First Chief Digital Services Officer

Mayor Edwin M. Lee and City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly today announced the appointment of Carrie Bishop to serve as San Francisco’s first Chief Digital Services Officer.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Mayor Lee and Supervisor Kim Announce Plan to Provide Access to City College 
for All San Francisco Students

Mayor Lee and Supervisor Kim Announce Plan to Provide Access to City College for All San Francisco Students

Mayor Edwin M. Lee, Supervisor Jane Kim and City College Acting Chancellor Susan Lamb announced that starting next school year City College will be accessible for all California residents living in San Francisco and taking courses for credit.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Mayor Lee’s Statement Celebrating Black History Month

Mayor Lee’s Statement Celebrating Black History Month

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement on the celebration of Black History Month: “This month we pause to celebrate Black History Month and honor all of those who have contributed – both large and small – to the advancement of our country in the fight for equality and justice for all people.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Mayor Lee Signs Historic Legislation for Mixed-Income Development in Sunnydale and Potrero Hill

Mayor Lee Signs Historic Legislation for Mixed-Income Development in Sunnydale and Potrero Hill

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today signed historic legislation to authorize the phased redevelopment of the Potrero Terrace and Annex and Sunnydale public housing sites, both part of the City’s HOPE SF neighborhood transformation initiative.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Mayor Lee’s Statement on San Francisco’s Lawsuit Against President Trump

Mayor Lee’s Statement on San Francisco’s Lawsuit Against President Trump

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement regarding San Francisco’s federal lawsuit against President Trump’s Executive Order regarding Sanctuary Cities: “Today, City Attorney Dennis Herrera on behalf of San Francisco filed a federal lawsuit against President Trump’s administration that will protect San Francisco’s Sanctuary City status”

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

 
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Mayor Lee and Supervisor Kim Announce Plan to Provide Access to City College 
for All San Francisco Students

Mayor and City Administrator Appoints Carrie Bishop as City's First Chief Digital Services Officer

Friday, February 17, 2017

Mayor Edwin M. Lee and City Administrator Naomi M. Kelly today announced the appointment of Carrie Bishop to serve as San Francisco’s first Chief Digital Services Officer.

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Mayor Lee and Supervisor Kim Announce Plan to Provide Access to City College 
for All San Francisco Students

Mayor Lee and Supervisor Kim Announce Plan to Provide Access to City College for All San Francisco Students

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Mayor Edwin M. Lee, Supervisor Jane Kim and City College Acting Chancellor Susan Lamb announced that starting next school year City College will be accessible for all California residents living in San Francisco and taking courses for credit.

Read More

 

Mayor Lee’s Statement Celebrating Black History Month

Mayor Lee’s Statement Celebrating Black History Month

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement on the celebration of Black History Month: “This month we pause to celebrate Black History Month and honor all of those who have contributed – both large and small – to the advancement of our country in the fight for equality and justice for all people.

Read More

 

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