", "City and County of San Francisco - File #: 141045", "S.F. [184] Breed published an oped in support of the legislation. [120], Breed worked with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency and Bay Area Rapid Transit and carried the legislation[121] to add cellular service for riders on Muni's underground trains. [1] She was sworn in as mayor on July 11, 2018. Gavin Newsom's appearance at … [185] It passed unanimously on March 17, 2015, making San Francisco only the third county in the nation to launch such a program. [71], Also in 2015, Breed led the effort to stop a proposed $380 million new jail for San Francisco, saying: “I’ve seen way too many people from my community, friends, even family members, end up on the wrong side of these iron bars,” and calling the jail proposal “a return to an era of mass incarceration, an era San Francisco is trying to leave behind.” She created a working group to develop an alternative to the jail proposal including "new mental health facilities and current jail retrofits needed to uphold public safety and better serve at-risk individuals. [81], In 2015, Breed helped pass "neighborhood preference" legislation to prioritize neighborhood residents for the affordable homes built in their community. [129] When Kezar Drive, a major thoroughfare in her district, fell into disrepair, Breed addressed what she called a "case study in bureaucracy" between the Department of Public Works and Recreation and Parks Department and got the road repaved. Its ultimate goal is to achieve 100% clean electrical energy in the city. [175][176] The law made national[177][178][179] and international[180] news. Supervisors Aaron Peskin, Jane Kim (herself a candidate for Mayor), and others considered the progressive members of the board, sought to deny Breed the benefits of incumbency going into the election and to maintain a separation of powers between the positions of mayor and board president, both of which Breed occupied at the time. San Francisco, CA, 94102 Breed was outspoken in demanding improvements, pushing then-Mayor Lee to do more, expressing a lack of confidence in Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White,[59] and generating press attention for the issue. Leno took the lead early the next day after the initial tabulation of ranked-choice ballots,[35] but Breed retook the lead on June 9. [112] The first Siemens train went into service in San Francisco in 2017. [193][194] Under the aforementioned state of emergency decree, private gyms were required to shut down, but the city government petitioned Cal/OSHA for a waiver to allow various government employees to continue to use gyms in city-owned facilities, which were allowed to continue to operate. San Francisco residents, workers and visitors should brace for more severe COVID-19 rules, Mayor London Breed said Tuesday. [147][148] Breed's efforts to achieve Vision Zero in San Francisco have thus far been ineffective. "[72][73], In 2016 Breed again partnered with Cohen to pass two ballot measures regarding the police department, one requiring investigations of all officer-involved shootings[74] and one reforming the Department of Police Accountability. "[6] Her younger sister died of a drug overdose in 2006 and her brother is in prison serving a 44-year sentence for a 2000 manslaughter and armed robbery conviction, for which Breed has repeatedly asked for clemency from the governor's office. [114] She worked with Muni to launch a morning commute shuttle train, serving the most crowded stops from Cole Valley to Downtown. [172] Following negotiations between IBEW representative Hunter Stern and Breed, Avalos, and their staff, IBEW agreed to oppose their own proposition and support Breed's measure. "[133] Also in 2015, she helped approve and secure funding for the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project, which is making infrastructure repairs and safety improvements to the Van Ness corridor and is projected to cut transit travel times by up to 32%. Breed and other California politicians such as Governor Gavin Newsom and Mayor Sam Liccardo were criticized for not following the same public health guidelines they administered. "[80], As Supervisor in 2014 Breed secured $2 million to renovate unused public housing units for formerly homeless families. Breed won the San Francisco mayoral special election held on June 5, 2018. (Bloomberg via Getty Images) [124], Breed cosponsored 2014's Proposition A, a $500 million bond to fund street repaving, infrastructure repair, transit service improvements, and increased bicycle and pedestrian safety. [50], On January 23, 2020, Breed endorsed Mike Bloomberg for president in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries. SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Mayor London Breed got straight to the point Tuesday in her update on the city's coronavirus situation. [152][153] A group of bicyclists protested the SFPD enforcement by completely stopping at all stop signs, a demonstration that "snarled traffic" and was "flanked by an army of TV cameras and amused onlookers. The San Francisco Chronicle said: "The award for most creative campaign ad goes to Board of Supervisors President London Breed..[It] is akin to an ingenious high school video production. "Housing insecurity isn’t just an abstract point of policy for me. The officeholder has the duty to enforce city laws, and the power to either approve or veto bills passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the legislative branch. [23], In February 2016, Breed announced her reelection bid to represent District 5. She formerly served as supervisor for District 5 and was president of the Board of Supervisors from 2015 to 2018. As Acting Mayor she announced a partnership with labor unions to build a modular housing factory in or near San Francisco. [91][92], Breed was the lead sponsor and co-sponsor of two housing ballot measures: Proposition A in 2015, a $310 million bond for affordable housing which passed with 74% support,[93] and Proposition C in 2016, a $261 million housing bond that repurposed unused city bond funds for affordable housing and passed with 77% support. I have dedicated my entire career to serving San Francisco and all of its residents. [82] When the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development threatened to block the legislation, she flew to Washington, D.C., with a delegation of San Francisco officials and persuaded it to let the program proceed. [145][146], Breed cosponsored the 2014 legislation to implement Vision Zero, a plan to eliminate all traffic fatalities via improved engineering, education, and enforcement. Mayor London Breed had her own French Laundry party - the night after Gavin Newsom's", "San Francisco Supervisor London Breed coming up with new plan to crack down on graffiti offenders", "6-figure fine means it's a new day for taggers in S.F. I will ensure that our City has the resources and effective policies in place to keep our residents housed, help those currently struggling with homelessness into housing, and provide the supportive services all of our residents need. [155] Breed also passed legislation in 2015 banning certain obstructions to bike lanes and removing parking minimums in new buildings. [170], In the summer of 2015 the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 1245, which represents PG&E employees, submitted a ballot measure, Proposition G, that would have imposed restrictions on CleanPowerSF. San Francisco Mayor Hypocrite On Virus Regulations One rule for her. Breed is the first African-American woman, second African-American after Willie Brown, and second woman after Dianne Feinstein to be elected mayor of San Francisco. London Breed, mayor of San Francisco, speaks during the Players Technology Summit in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, June 27, 2019. [60] Breed fought for substantially more funding for emergency medical services,[61] ultimately succeeding in getting $47.3 million invested to hire EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, and 911 dispatchers, as well as buy new ambulances and fire trucks, and improve SFFD facilities. [79], As a candidate for mayor in 2018, Breed often cited her own tenuous housing story. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that San Francisco Mayor London Breed joined seven others for a birthday party Nov. 7, which was one day after Gov. [27], Following the death of Mayor Ed Lee on December 12, 2017, Breed became the city's Acting Mayor by virtue of her position as President of the Board of Supervisors. including BART, Muni, and Caltrain. [9] She earned a bachelor's degree in political science-public service[9] from the University of California, Davis in 1997[10] and a master's degree in public administration from the University of San Francisco in 2012. [18] Breed succeeded District Four Supervisor Katy Tang, who assumed the presidency temporarily after then-Board President David Chiu resigned to begin serving in the California Assembly. [33], Breed ran in the mayoral special election held on June 5. Violence was never far away. "[138], Breed carried the legislation to place Regional Measure 3 on the San Francisco ballot in June 2018. Additionally, San Francisco … The bicycle improvements were limited to a buffered bike lane, which typically cost $15,000 per mile. [139] The measure passed and "will be used to finance a $4.45 billion slate of highway and transit improvements." [39] Breed was elected to a full term in the 2019 mayoral election against five relatively unknown candidates. Getty Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (L) and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown visit during the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ 86th annual Winter Meeting at … [149] She also cosponsored the 2016 legislation to create the city's Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program, in which housing developers provide transit benefits to their residents such as transit passes, bike parking, and carpool programs. [63][64] Her work also helped her earn the sole endorsement of the San Francisco Firefighters Local 798 union in the 2018 mayoral election. London Nicole Breed (born August 11, 1974) is an American politician from California who is the 45th mayor of the City and County of San Francisco. [165], Under the city's charter, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission had ultimate authority to approve or reject the program. [2][3][4], Born in San Francisco,[5] Breed was raised by her grandmother in Plaza East public housing in the Western Addition neighborhood of the city. [190] This prompted Breed's then-Chief of Staff Conor Johnston to write a scathing article in the San Francisco Examiner accusing the local Sierra Club chapter of hypocrisy and "bewildering anti-environmentalism" for blocking new housing and engaging in "political tribalism. [76][77] Breed also worked with then-Mayor Lee to pass a $350 million Public Health and Safety Bond in 2016, which funded $272 million in improvements for fire and healthcare facilities, $58 million for a new ambulance center, and $20 million for homeless shelters. 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[34] She led in the initial count's first-place votes with 35.6 percent, with Mark Leno in second with 25.9 percent, and Kim with 22.8 percent. working to double beds at crucial homeless facility", "SF mayor, supes differ on use of city's $181 million windfall: Let wrangling begin", "San Francisco Mayor Seeks More Homeless Housing Through Conservatorship Law", "San Francisco honor for late Irish leader and IRA member causes international uproar", "S.F. [83][84] The program first went into effect for the Willie B. Kennedy apartments in Breed's district,[85] with 39 units prioritized for community residents at risk of economic displacement. The San Francisco Chronicle broke the story Tuesday that Mayor London Breed attended a similar affair at the much-lauded restaurant in California's Napa Valley the night after the governor. [101] She committed to Mayor Lee's goal of building at least 5,000 new units of housing each year. As mayor, traffic fatalities increased 35% from 31 in 2018 to 42 in 2019. Supervisors Hillary Ronen and Matt Haney have criticized Breed's actions, saying that according to the city's ethics laws it is illegal for a supervisor to accept gifts from a subordinate. 'Recycling' meant drinking out of old mayonnaise jars. [144] The official ribbon-cutting for the completed Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project between Geary Boulevard and the Panhandle took place in August 2018. The top issues she identified in her announcement were building and protecting affordable housing, increasing public safety, improving environmental health, and modernizing public transportation. San Francisco Mayor London Breed told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that she wanted to reiterate to the public that if things are going to re-open, people need to follow health and safety guidelines. 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The Mayor serves a four-year term and is limited to two successive terms. As a native San Franciscan raised by my grandmother in Plaza East Public Housing in the Western Addition community, serving as Mayor is an incredible honor. [126] She was also the deciding vote to place 2014's Proposition B on the ballot, which required transportation funding to be increased with population growth. Breed Backs Idaho's Common-Sense Law: Let Bikes Yield at Stop Signs", "Sign of the times: Cyclist group wants SF to update policy on when to stop", "This Is What Happened When Bicyclists Obeyed Traffic Laws Along The Wiggle Yesterday", "City and County of San Francisco - File #: 151268", "S.F. [19][20], As part of an FBI investigation into public corruption and bid-fixing primarily involving then-State Senator Leland Yee,[21] businessman Derf Butler was recorded talking about allegedly paying for access to Breed. [9], In November 2012, Breed was elected to the District 5 supervisor seat, defeating incumbent Christina Olague, who had been appointed to the seat that year by Mayor Ed Lee after Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi was elected sheriff. The potential GHG emissions reduction from this program is estimated to total 941,000 metric tons (mT) of CO2e annually by 2030. [1] Breed later wrote of her childhood in San Francisco: "... five of us living on $900 per month. Issues Posthumous Certificate of Honor for Irish Politician with Ties to IRA", "US mayor's apology for McGuinness award 'not enough, "San Francisco Mayor London Breed endorses Mike Bloomberg for president", "SF Mayor London Breed Discloses She Once Dated Indicted Former Public Works Director Nuru", "SF corruption probe: Mayor Breed dated Nuru years ago, discloses 'gift' from him", "Another California politician caught dining at French Laundry", "S.F. Another for her constituents. Supervisor Breed's plan: Put homeless in public housing", "City and County of San Francisco - File #: 150622", "Feds To Allow Preferences For Low-Income Applicants In S.F. San Francisco's mayor, after warning others not to gather, dined with people outside her household at the Napa Valley restaurant. The mayor of San Francisco disregarded coronavirus recommendations to attend a dinner party amid the coronavirus pandemic the night after California Gavin Newsom broke restrictions in … In 2010, Mayor Gavin Newsom appointed her to the San Francisco Fire Commission. Getting around San Francisco should be safe, reliable, and affordable. We’ve had situations when things we’ve ordered that have gone through Customs were confiscated by FEMA to be diverted to other locations. [52][53][54], In November 2020, Breed attended an eight-person birthday party at the Michelin 3-star restaurant French Laundry in Napa County during the COVID-19 pandemic in California. She defeated supervisor David Campos, who was also nominated for the position. [132] Breed also worked with Mayor Lee to add $48.1 million in funding in the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Fiscal Year 2015-16 budget for "service increases, new capital investments, purchase of buses and trains, and bicycle and pedestrian safety enhancements. San Francisco Mayor London Breed attended a birthday dinner at the French Laundry, a classy Napa Valley restaurant, a day after Gov. [164][162] "Breed took it upon herself to get CleanPowerSF off the ground," said the League of Conservation Voters. Breed made homelessness an early focus of her administration. Riders preferred this design according to Muni's surveys,[119] and Muni incorporated it into their new train designs. [75] Both passed overwhelmingly. "[182], In 2015, the city of San Francisco passed legislation requiring drug manufacturers to fund a drug take-back program in San Francisco, enabling consumers to place unused medications in secure drop-off bins in pharmacies. San Francisco banned indoor dining three days later. My administration will focus on protecting and expanding rent-controlled housing, and creating more housing, including affordable housing all across this great City. The legislation is generating approximately $14 million annually in new funds for Muni and other transportation projects. The laws removed housing density caps, allowing more homes to be built on a given parcel without increasing the size or height of the building. [117][118] Muni eventually agreed, testing the change on several trains. [140], During her first few months as Supervisor in 2013, Breed persuaded city departments to complete two new bike lanes on Oak and Fell Streets ahead of schedule, prompting the local transportation site StreetsblogSF to say she had “emerged as a bicycling champion.”[141] She secured federal funding for the redesign of Masonic Boulevard in her district,[142][143] which added bike lanes and traffic safety measures to one of the most dangerous corridors in the city. [160], In her 2016 reelection campaign Breed earned the sole endorsement of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, which said: "Breed has consistently supported smart, data-driven traffic enforcement and helped to move important bike projects.”[161], Breed's best-known environmental work is likely her successful fight to launch the city's clean electrical energy program, CleanPowerSF,[162] a Community Choice Aggregation program in which San Francisco purchases renewable, greenhouse-gas-free electrical energy and makes it available to San Francisco ratepayers. [113], As Supervisor, Breed focused much attention on the N Judah Muni train line, which runs through District 5 and is the busiest Muni line in the city. Napa County allowed indoor dining at the time without a household cap, but Heather Knight of San Francisco Chronicle noted that the event violated San Francisco health guidelines at the time. I drive a sixteen-year-old car and bring coupons to the store. [97], In 2017, Breed coauthored legislation to provide civil counsel for tenants facing eviction, reducing the chances of vulnerable tenants unfairly losing their homes. [55][56], Breed authored legislation in 2014 to allow the San Francisco City Attorney to pursue civil damages against graffiti taggers, instead of solely relying on criminal prosecutions to punish taggers. For example, we had isolation gowns on their way to San Francisco and they were diverted to France. I am committed to ensuring we improve and expand public transit and bike infrastructure, pave our streets, reduce congestion, and improve safety. Image … [14] (The feat has occurred twice since, with Aaron Peskin unseating Supervisor Julie Christensen in 2015 to reclaim his District 3 seat,[15] and Rafael Mandelman beating Supervisor Jeff Sheehy in District 8 in June 2018. Willie Brown Urged Harris Not to Accept the VP Position in an Op-Ed. San Francisco mayor London Breed (D.) attended an indoor dinner party despite urging city residents to forgo social gatherings to help stop the spread of coronavirus. In the final week of Breed's reelection campaign in 2016, she released a comical web video about the legislation called "Styrofoam Monster. Mayor of San Francisco London Breed dined at French Laundry last month, contradicting her advice to the public to avoid indoor dining, a report has claimed. [158][159] She later passed legislation with then-Supervisor Scott Wiener to revise the city's contract awarding process, emphasizing a bidder's past safety record. We are the City of St. Francis — none of our residents should be forced, relegated, or allowed to sleep on our streets or endure illness without the services they need. SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- London Breed's press office has confirmed the San Francisco mayor attended a birthday dinner at swanky Yountville restaurant French Laundry, just one day after Gov. [130], In 2015, Breed coauthored legislation to create San Francisco's Transportation Sustainability Fee (TSF),[131] requiring residential developers to pay a fee toward transportation improvements. Mayor", "London Breed's sudden, short term as SF's acting mayor", "Left bounced Breed for Conway ties. [68] After the shooting of Mario Woods by San Francisco police officers on December 2, 2015, Breed and Supervisor Malia Cohen passed a Resolution calling for a federal investigation of the shooting and a Department of Justice review of the SFPD's use of force policies. SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – San Francisco Mayor London Breed dined at the French Laundry in Napa Valley with several people last month, the latest elected official to … Housing Complex", "HUD to rethink veto of SF's preference housing law", "Federal Officials Approve Preferences at New Senior Housing Complex in S.F. [192] On March 2, Breed advised residents to "Prepare for possible disruption from an outbreak". [51], Following the FBI's arrest of San Francisco Department of Public Works director Mohammad Nuru on corruption charges, Breed published an article on Medium on February 14, 2020, acknowledging a longtime friendship and a brief relationship with Nuru. [45] When the Controller found an extra $415 million in property taxes, Breed introduced legislation to fund housing and homelessness programs with the discretionary portion of the funding. If the Public Utilities Commissioners fail to set not-to-exceed rates, or hereafter fail in any way to timely implement CleanPowerSF, the Board of Supervisors shall, whether at the Board Chamber or the ballot, exercise every means at its disposal to enact its policy objective. [7][8], Breed graduated with honors from Galileo High School. [156], A street construction project on Haight Street in Breed's district caused multiple safety issues in 2015 when Synergy Project Management, a subcontractor working under the General contractor Ghilotti Bros., repeatedly hit underground gas lines. San Francisco Mayor London Breed provided a sobering update on the coronavirus pandemic Tuesday and said the city will need to take "more restrictive action" this week to … San Francisco is experiencing an affordability crisis, and I’m right there with you. And once a week, we took Grandma's pushcart to the community room to collect government-issued groceries. [98] Voters approved a similar measure in June 2018, Proposition F.[99], Breed is a major advocate for modular housing, arguing that it can be built more quickly and cheaply than conventional construction, helping the city create more housing sooner. Gavin Newsom’s now widely condemned soiree and three days before Breed banned indoor dining in her own city. 415-554-6141, City Hall, Room 200, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102. [157] Breed had work on the project stopped and called a hearing at the Board of Supervisors about the matter. In 2016, the city of San Francisco passed the strongest styrofoam ban in the country,[174] banning almost all sales and uses of styrofoam in San Francisco, including cups, egg cartons, coolers, and packing peanuts. San Francisco Mayor London Breed was reportedly spotted dining at the French Laundry just a day after California Gov Gavin Newsom's infamous dinner party.. She said, “We’ve had issues of our orders being relocated by our suppliers in China. San Francisco Mayor London Breed reportedly dined at a pricey Napa Valley restaurant just three days before banning indoor dining in her own … In March 2019, Breed awarded a posthumous certificate of honor to Sinn Féin politician and former IRA member Martin McGuinness for his "courageous service in the military. I will focus my efforts on making our public education system equitable for all San Franciscans by working to address our achievement gap, investing in our public school educators, and supporting stronger internship and employment opportunities for our students. Raised in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco, Breed worked in government after college. As a native San Franciscan raised by my grandmother in Plaza East Public Housing in the Western Addition community, serving as Mayor is an incredible honor. [36] On June 13, with 9,000 ballots left to count, Leno conceded defeat and congratulated Breed on her victory. [58], The San Francisco Fire Department's response times to emergency medical calls spiked dramatically in 2014, with ambulances often unavailable to respond. "[154] Breed and former Supervisor John Avalos wrote legislation to enact the Idaho Stop law, which passed the Board of Supervisors but was vetoed by Mayor Lee. Mayor … Brown certainly hasn’t gone … Skyrocketing coronavirus … [65], In 2015, Breed worked with then-Mayor Ed Lee to help add 400 new police officers to the San Francisco Police Department[66] and outfit every officer with body cameras. Office of the Mayor (Photo: Gage Skidmore) [94] Breed joined Supervisor Ahsha Safai in supporting the 2018 "Housing for All" ballot measure, Proposition D, to increase the city's tax on commercial rents to "raise about $100 million a year to pay for 10,000 low- and middle-income housing units and shelter accommodations for the city’s homeless population over the next decade. Today, my housing situation is like many living in San Francisco. 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I have dedicated my entire career to serving San Francisco and all of its residents. Mayor Breed is the first African-American woman Mayor in San Francisco’s history. As Mayor of this great City I will continue to advance bold and creative solutions to address our most challenging issues and work to ensure we have safe and clean neighborhoods, reliable and accessible transportation, more affordable housing, equitable educational opportunities for all our children, and the services we need to help our most vulnerable residents. 's election shocker", "District 3: Peskin apparently heading back to board", "Mandelman ousts incumbent Sheehy in SF's District Eight", "London Breed elected president of S.F. A city measure aimed at helping small businesses that was approved by more than 60 percent of San Francisco voters during this month's elections could take effect earlier than Jan. 1, Mayor … Because of San Francisco's status as a consolidated city-county, the mayor also serves as the head of government of the county; bo… [150][151], When the SFPD began ticketing bicyclists for not completely stopping at stop signs in 2015, Breed became the first elected official in San Francisco to support the “Idaho Stop” law, which allows bicyclists to yield at stop signs instead coming to a complete stop.
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