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Mayor Lee Signs City’s Balanced Budget for Fiscal Year 2015-16 & 2016-17

Mayor Lee Signs City’s Balanced Budget for Fiscal Year 2015-16 & 2016-17

Mayor Edwin M. Lee signed the City’s two-year balanced budget for Fiscal Year 2015-16 and 2016-17 after the Board of Supervisors’ unanimous final approval on July 28, 2015.

Mayor Lee Announces San Francisco to Use Renewable Diesel in City Fleet

Mayor Lee Announces San Francisco to Use Renewable Diesel in City Fleet

Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced that San Francisco will leapfrog its efforts to protect the climate from harmful effects of diesel emissions by phasing out the use of petroleum diesel in the municipal fleet and replacing it with renewable diesel by the end of this year.

 Mayor Lee Announces Proposal to Strengthen Health Care Security Ordinance to Improve Health Care Access & Coverage

Mayor Lee Announces Proposal to Strengthen Health Care Security Ordinance to Improve Health Care Access & Coverage

Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced a proposal to modernize the “City Option” of the Health Care Security Ordinance (HSCO) to ensure that all low and moderate-income San Franciscans have access to health care, by increasing the affordability of Covered California plans for many San Franciscans, and maintaining the Healthy San Francisco safety net for those who do not have other coverage options.

Mayor Lee Announces Purchase of New Affordable Family Housing Site in the Mission

Mayor Lee Announces Purchase of New Affordable Family Housing Site in the Mission

Mayor Edwin M. Lee introduced an $18.5 million purchase and sale agreement to the Board of Supervisors to allow the City to acquire a previously entitled market-rate parcel at 490 South Van Ness Avenue at 16th Street in the Mission District to convert the site to permanently affordable family rental housing.

Mayor Lee’s Statement on Death of Kathryn Steinle & San Francisco’s Sanctuary City Policy

Mayor Lee’s Statement on Death of Kathryn Steinle & San Francisco’s Sanctuary City Policy

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today issued a statement on tragic death of Kathryn Steinle and San Francisco’s Sanctuary City Policy.

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’s Statement on $310 Million Affordable Housing Bond Ballot Measure

Mayor Lee’s Statement on $310 Million Affordable Housing Bond Ballot Measure

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued a statement on the Board of Supervisors’ final unanimous approval of the $310 million affordable housing bond measure for the November 2015 ballot. Read More

Mayor's Office News | July 2015

Mayor Lee’s Statement on $41 Million State Cap & Trade Transportation Funding for Muni Light Rail Vehicles

Mayor Lee’s Statement on $41 Million State Cap & Trade Transportation Funding for Muni Light Rail Vehicles

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued a statement regarding $41.1 million grant award from the California State Transportation Agency as part of the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program. Read More

Mayor's Office News | June 2015

Mayor Lee’s Statement On Board Of Supervisors Budget & Finance Committee Unanimous Approval Of City’s Two-Year Budget

Mayor Lee’s Statement On Board Of Supervisors Budget & Finance Committee Unanimous Approval Of City’s Two-Year Budget

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued a statement regarding the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee on voting unanimously to support a historic record of additional investments. Read More

Mayor's Office News | June 2015

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