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Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued a statement on the United States Supreme Court decision on the Obergefell v. Hodges marriage equality case.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee celebrated the opening of The Mix at SFPL, a new 4,770-square-foot teen digital media center and learning lab located within the San Francisco Main Library, providing 21st Century technology and teaching.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced $6.7 million over the next two years to expand services for small businesses and strengthen neighborhood commercial corridors.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced $2.4 million in funding over the next two years to expand CityBuild, San Francisco’s workforce training academy program, with a third training academy that would allow up to 150 trainees to enroll every year.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee and Supervisor Malia Cohen announced a resolution calling for an unprecedented investment in homeownership opportunities for San Francisco’s middle class.
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
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
Monday, June 08, 2015
Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued a statement regarding an additional $50 million in bonding capacity, allowing the proposed Affordable Housing Bond for the November 2015 ballot to reach $300 million without raising property taxes. Read More
Friday, May 08, 2015
Mayor Edwin M. Lee issued the following statement on the City Controller’s Office Fiscal Year 2014-15 Nine-Month Budget Status Report, providing the most recent overall revenue growth and expenditure savings for the fiscal year which demonstrates an improvement of $80.6 million over the Six-Month Budget Status Report estimate. Read More
Mayor's Office News | May 2015
4725 Units Completed | 1343 Units Affordable | 28% Permanently Affordable
Learn more about Mayor Lee’s policy on housing