San Francisco, Mayor Ed Lee, President Trump discussed on 24 Hour News

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Got cut off. Poverty. Family. I hear so many here. He was skeptical of the mayor's outreach. But shaft says they want to get the word out that this is one of four areas in the city where more tuft sheds are coming in two thousand nineteen these sheds provide a safe place to store things twenty four seven and a place where people can go to bed at night behind a locked door with their partner and their pets. The city says of the homeless who moved into tuft sheds last year seventy percent moved onto permanent or transitional housing. It is working that is a phenomenal success rate in Oakland. Matt Bigler KCBS KCBS radio dot com or Facebook page to see a video that man put together on the homeless outreach. San Francisco's board of supervisors has three new members and a new president. He CBS gentlemen reports from city hall the first job of the newly formed San Francisco board of supervisors was to elect a president just two members were nominated Hillary Ronen, who's openly lobbied for the seat. And who supporters dominated two and a half hours of public comment and nominee Norman. And I love each other. We respect each other. And that's not going to change ever. That was Ronin before the vote went seven two four Inese favor. Supervisor office stuff I said, what weighed most heavily on his decision was the void and the Chinese American community since the deaths of Chinatown leader rose pack and Mayor Ed Lee, we were just little over a year of losing to titans and the Chinese American community here in San Francisco avoid that has not been filled yet and many people are are stepping up and leading and trying to fill that void took over saying. There's more to bring this board together then to keep it apart. I've been doing this work for a long time. And I feel an urgency to respond to the crisis facing our city in a time of population growth and rising inequities, and it does have a progressive majority for the first time in.

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