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Update from Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting:040418 [Urging City Departments to investigate the viability of Jim Reid's Shelter-One house for use as a model homeless shelter] Resolution urging the Mayor’s Office of Homelessness,the Department of Building Inspection,and the Planning Department to investigate the viability of using Jim Reid’s Shelter-One (the smallest house . . . →Read More:

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And the aces,good sports that they are,apologize.

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Ace columnists Matier and Ross were obviously steamed they missed the big District 5 story. So steamed,they reported dreary breakfast meetings between former Mayor Willie Brown and a despondent Supervisor Matt Gonzalez where the supe was noticeably changed after losing the mayoral runoff. Problem is,the meetings never happened,as Gonzalez friend Whitney Leigh . . . →Read More:

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And the shuffle continues:Retired Judge Lilian Sing may be persuaded to stay out of the District 1 race and mount a bid for Carole Migden’s seat on the Board of Equalization. Carole’s a sure bet for John Burton’s Senate spot after keeping the BOE chair warm on her way out of the Assembly. Ah, . . . →Read More:

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Cute. D2 candidate David Cruise has set up his unfinished Web site to forward to the official Board of Supervisors page at sfgov.

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h brown offers his qualifications for holding office out of District 5.

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He’s in,he’s out:Matt Juhl-Darlington will stay the course for a College Board candidacy rather than jump for Matt’s seat. …In other D5 developments,Benjamin Vanderford,22,has declared his candidacy,pledging to run a moneyless campaign. That’s a decision that puts him squarely in the bottom tier in this tough race.

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And Goldstein issues her resignation statement following The Examiner’s coverage.

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(c) Alex Fagan Sr. is out. He made the tough choice on his own,offering his resignation to the mayor’s office. Mayor’s office sources say investigators had already arrived in Arizona. “The writing was on the wall.”

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(c) SFPUC GM Pat Martel:“In recent discussions,Mayor Newsom and I have agreed that as part of his new administration it is important for him to establish his own team at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Therefore,within the next few months I will be moving on to pursue other professional opportunities.”Steve . . . →Read More:

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