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Earthquake Plan Incomplete Road To Close For Trial Period   Mayor Vetoes G.G. Park Road Closure  Newsom vetoed a measure that would have closed a main road in Golden Gate Park to cars City OES Disaster Chief 'Demoted' 3 Suspicious Items Harmless  The devices turned out to be a suitcase, a toolbox, and a discarded medical device. The Hall was evacuated Mayor: $5.7 Billion Budget Proposal United May Move Headquarters To SF  The airline is considering moving its HQ to one of 3 cities where it operates its biggest hubs Proposal: Health Care For SF's Uninsured  Unveiled by the mayor, a new proposal would be the first of its kind in the nation, promising care to 82,000 people SF Rejects Permit For Pot Club  A medical marijuana dispensary will not be setting up shop near the tourist hub after officials denied it a permit Supes Pass Health Care For Uninsured
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  Mayor Plans To Add Police Officers  Newsom hopes to include 5 new police academy classes in next year's budget Mayor's Divorce Official   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi
Newsom Eyes Veto On Condo Legislation Major Backlog At Police Department   Mayor Accuses Conductors Of Stealing  Newsom has accused the city's cable car conductors of pocketing fares, stirring the ire of the union   Mayor Meets with Cable Car Operators  2 dozen crew members talked about how they felt, that they felt they had all been impugned Chamber Calls Falun Gong Homophobic  40 members of Chinese spiritual movement gathered to demand a place in the Chinese New Year's Parade Police chief questions 'use of force' report

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  Heather Fong called Chronicle's series 'irresponsible,' saying she is concerned about the report's accuracy

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  A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project
 The recommendation was completing a 6-week reviewc The companies decided to team together earlier this year Google and EarthLink will pay to build the entire $15 million network

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  The Board voted unanimously to approve legislation that creates the Health Access Program
Jul.25 Taxicab Commission Director Resigns Jul.29   Mayor Gives Blair Key To City
  British Prime Minister says his priorities are developing clean technology and investment in British business.    Blair is stopping by the home of former Secretary of State Shultz w...

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Aug.11   Mayor Approves Affordable Housing Law  Gavin Newsom signed into law legislation designed to allow for more affordable housing in the city Aug.18   Strip Club Crackdown Proposed
  Supervisors are being asked to ban private rooms in strip clubs

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Sep.12 Disaster Chief Fails To Attend Hearing Sep.13   Newsom Unveils Plan To End Truancy  The mayor wants to break the chain with a federal grant of $200,000 which the police department got

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Nov.1   Mayor mulls cancellation of Halloween  Gavin Newsom was considering whether to cancel the Castro district's annual festivities after a shooting   Bill Clinton Rallies To Support Prop. 87
  Former President joined Mayor Newsom, actress Eva Longoria to support the proposition Nov.8   Legislators Approve Muni Alcohol Ads  Legislators in the city affirmed a firmís right to place alcohol advertising on some Muni transit shelters   Niners cease new stadium talks with SF  49ers ended negotiations about building a new stadium and plan to move to either Santa Clara or else in California Nov.13   Supes Could Override Foot Patrol Veto  Under a plan there would be nearly three dozen more cops out of their cars on a full-time basis Nov.14     S.F. Passes Marijuana Tolerance Law  Board of Supervisors passed a law which makes marijuana violations the lowest priority for San Francisco police Nov.15 49ers Owner Meets With SF Mayor
Nov.16 Police Chief Heather Fong Under Fire Nov.17 Disaster Chief Conroy Demoted Nov.30   35 Officers Disciplined In Video Scandal
  Police Chief Fong announced that officers face disciplinary charges in connection to a series of controversial videos

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