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Mayor Lee Announces Armistead Maupin as Recipient of 2016 Mayor’s Art Award

Mayor Lee Announces Armistead Maupin as Recipient of 2016 Mayor’s Art Award

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced Armistead Maupin, local icon and acclaimed author of the Tales of the City series, has been named to receive the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award. Mr. Maupin will receive the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award on Tuesday, March 29 at a fundraising reception hosted by ArtCare: Friends of the San Francisco Arts Commission.

Mayor Lee Announces Data Sharing Partnership with Waze to Minimize Congestion & Maximize Reliability for Drivers & Transit Riders

Mayor Lee Announces Data Sharing Partnership with Waze to Minimize Congestion & Maximize Reliability for Drivers & Transit Riders

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced a new, free innovative data sharing partnership with Waze to help alleviate congestion in San Francisco, working in coordination with the Mayor’s Rush Hour Congestion Strategy.

Mayor Lee's Statement on Passing of Hadley Roff

Mayor Lee's Statement on Passing of Hadley Roff

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement on the death of former Fire Commission President Hadley R. Roff who served four San Francisco mayors including as Deputy Mayor for then Mayor Dianne Feinstein:

Mayor Lee Announces Improvements to Market Street Free Public Wi-Fi

Mayor Lee Announces Improvements to Market Street Free Public Wi-Fi

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced that #SFWiFi, the City’s free municipal wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi) service, will receive technology upgrades along Market Street, the City’s busiest and most economically diverse corridor and home to some of the City’s largest, free public celebrations, including free events for Super Bowl 50, in time for Super Bowl week.

 Mayor Lee’s Statement on Passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson

Mayor Lee’s Statement on Passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement on the passing of community stalwart Dr. Espanola Jackson: “I am saddened by the passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson, a true champion of our communities. Dr. Jackson lived in Bayview-Hunters Point since the 1940s and has worked tirelessly as a grassroots community activist for the Southeast sector of our City on issues ranging from civil rights to environmental justice to economic justice

I am honored to serve as your 43rd Mayor of San Francisco, a world renowned international City that celebrates diversity and leads the way in job creation, innovation, education, healthcare, and the environment for our future generations.

Mayor Edwin M. Lee

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Mayor Lee Announces Armistead Maupin as Recipient of 2016 Mayor’s Art Award

Mayor Lee Announces Armistead Maupin as Recipient of 2016 Mayor’s Art Award

Monday, February 01, 2016

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced Armistead Maupin, local icon and acclaimed author of the Tales of the City series, has been named to receive the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award. Mr. Maupin will receive the 2016 Mayor’s Art Award on Tuesday, March 29 at a fundraising reception hosted by ArtCare: Friends of the San Francisco Arts Commission. Read More

Top News | In the News | Mayor's Office News | February 2016

 Mayor Lee’s Statement on Passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson

Mayor Lee’s Statement on Passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson

Monday, January 25, 2016

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued the following statement on the passing of community stalwart Dr. Espanola Jackson: “I am saddened by the passing of Dr. Espanola Jackson, a true champion of our communities. Dr. Jackson lived in Bayview-Hunters Point since the 1940s and has worked tirelessly as a grassroots community activist for the Southeast sector of our City on issues ranging from civil rights to environmental justice to economic justice Read More

Top News | Mayor's Office News | January 2016

Mayor Lee Announces More Than $250 Million Estimated Development Impact Fee Revenue For City Over Next Five Years

Mayor Lee Announces More Than $250 Million Estimated Development Impact Fee Revenue For City Over Next Five Years

Thursday, January 07, 2016

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced over the next five years, more than $250 million of development impact fee revenue is expected to be invested in several neighborhoods, including Rincon Hill, Market Octavia, Eastern Neighborhoods (comprised of East SoMa, Western SoMa, the Mission District, Showplace Square/Potrero, and Central Waterfront), Transit Center District, Balboa Park and Visitacion Valley, including the Schlage Lock Master Development. Read More

Top News | In the News | Mayor's Office News | January 2016

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