Published: Fri, December 15, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

What's Next for San Francisco? London Breed Takes Over as Acting Mayor

What's Next for San Francisco? London Breed Takes Over as Acting Mayor

"My point is, you want to believe me, well come see me in my district, where I'm the only one who is working on the ground every single day with the people who need it the most", Breed added.

Elected officials wiped away tears and hugged.

Like Lee, who never ran for public office until after he was appointed mayor in 2011, Breed was a relative latecomer to electoral politics.

Her background is something that she says she had in common with Lee, who died at age 65 of an apparent heart attack.

Lee, 65, died at Zuckerberg San Francisco General hospital at 1:11 a.m., according to a statement from his office. He was declared dead at 1.11am on Monday.

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who aided the city's tech-industry boom, died early Tuesday morning, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

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London first won election to the Board of Supervisors in November 2012. He was re-elected in 2015, beating out five others.

The San Francisco also became the city's first African-American woman mayor.

According to City Charter, Breed will hold the position of acting mayor and board president for now, unless the San Francisco Board of Supervisors selects a successor before a special election that will be held June 5, 2018. He became the CAO (chief administrative officer) for the city...

In a city famous for its sophistication and activism, Lee cut a decidedly down-home figure, known for his folksy jokes and political consensus-building.

Brianna's LinkedIn also reveals that she now works as an Associate Editor at KPCC (Southern California Public Radio).

"The ability to have a research center that tests everything, that documents hypothesis, that measures things in incredibly important to the outcome", Lee said at the time. "'Why do we as people take this?'" She has spoken publicly about watching people leave San Francisco because of the rising cost of living, which has been a hot-button issue in the past several years as demand for housing has increased.

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"He was truly the accidental mayor", said Dale Minami, a San Francisco lawyer with his own rich history of civil rights work. In his next post, as city purchaser, he opened contracting doors to those same groups. They raised Lee and his five siblings in public housing.

In a 2011 interview, Agnos described Lee as "charming, self-deprecating and competitive". As city administrator, he somehow sidestepped the city's pitched battles between moderate liberals and more left-leaning progressives. In January of 2015, her colleagues elected her to serve as President of the Board.

"I don't know San Francisco without Ed Lee", Brown told CBS.

Much of what Lee's philosophy for social justice can be traced back to this three years at Berkeley Law, when he was widely recognized as a student committed to protecting the rights of those around him. He represented 200 residents of the Ping Yuen housing project during a 1978 rent strike in Chinatown that was called after the rape and murder of a 19-year-old woman in a stairwell.

Edwin Mah Lee was born May 5, 1952, in Seattle to Chinese immigrants who from Toisan, a rural village in China's southern province of Guangdong.

Nearly as soon as she started interning in Lee's communications office, Lightstone was asked to help organize major events relating to the new hospital in Mission Bay and the construction of a new Warriors basketball arena.

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