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Summary.     Click for More > NRA sues to overturn gun ban Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape  An effort by the city to shield 8 Honduran crack dealers from federal officials backfired when the youths escaped from group homes City to create car-free party zone $6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted Mayor visits city engineer in jail, gets codes Triple murder turns focus on sanctuary Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana  40-year old San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom to marries 34-year-old Jennifer Lynn Siebel at Siebel's parents' ranch SF to pay millions in grants back to feds Fire commission rejects settlement Officials vote against zoo plan Grand jury probes city sanctuary policy Protests Follow Apparent Prop. 8 Win 400 City Workers Getting Pink Slips  Workers were being given notice, and released from service in February as part of more than $118 million in budget cuts Police chief to retire Judge: Network Engineer To Face Felonies
  Mayor Newsom engaged to actress Siebel  San Francisco Mayor proposed to actress Jennifer Siebel in Hawaii and the couple are now engaged to be married Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post Restaurants asked to ban trans fats Tibet Activists Want Torch Run Canceled City Hall handicap ramp will cost $1 Million Same-sex ruling victory for mayor Harvey Milk sculpture unveiled at city hall Same-Sex Couples Get Married
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  Mayor Gavin Newsom presided at the wedding of Del Martin, 87, and Phyllis Lyon, 84, in recognition of their long relationship.    More than 600 same-sex couples have made appointments to get marriage licenses in the city over the 10 days. Newsom...
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January 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  
  San Francisco Mayor proposed to actress Jennifer Siebel in Hawaii and the couple are now engaged to be married
Jan.3  Court arguments in health insurance case Jan.4  Mayor plans low-key sworn-in affair Jan.10     Embattled Supervisor Ed Jew Resigns Post  In exchange for the resignation, city officials dropped their ethics investigation and a lawsuit that sought to remove Jew from the Board of... Jan.18 City lawyers can inspect phones, not car Jan.19 Investigators ordered to patrol streets Jan.30   Restaurants asked to ban trans fats  The city Board of Supervisors is asking all restaurants to take artery-clogging trans fats off their menus

February 2008 ... more > Top ^
Feb.7  TIC owners decry condo conversion rules Feb.26 Academy of Art saving Flower Mart
Feb.28  $1.6m in reverse discrimination suit  Nightclub reforms to make loitering a crime

March 2008 ... more > Top ^
Mar.5  City to pay $21M to family of crash victim Mar.9 Newsom Considers Run For Governor
Mar.12  Payment for hurt in altercation w/officer Mar.17   Tibet Activists Want Torch Run Canceled  A group of protestors in support of a free Tibet were unsuccessful in their efforts to ask Mayor Newsom to cancel the Olympic ceremony in the... Mar.19   City Hall handicap ramp will cost $1 Million  Wheelchair-bound Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier can't access parts of the Supervisor's Chambers; the facility doesn't comply with handicap l... Mar.25  Activists want torch route to plan protests Supe Looks To Curb Business Energy Use Mar.27  Supes Consider Dueling Torch Measures

April 2008 ... more > Top ^
Apr.2  City officials move to cut overtime pay Apr.4 Feds wants city to return $5.4m grant
Apr.18  Torch visit cost hundreds of thousands Apr.26 Cindy Sheehan plans to run for Congress

May 2008 ... more > Top ^
May.6 Mission Paint Store Okd
. 94110 May.16  Firm picked to install SF solar power system     Same-sex ruling victory for mayor  The ruling was a personal and political triumph on an issue that has come to define Newsom on the national stage. He explores a run for governor May.22   Harvey Milk sculpture unveiled at city hall
  A bronze bust of the first openly gay politician to win an elected office of any prominence May.28 Same-sex marriages to begin June 17

June 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jun.12 Different sort of free Wi-Fi starts to thrive
Jun.16   Same-Sex Couples Get Married
  Mayor Gavin Newsom presided at the wedding of Del Martin, 87, and Phyllis Lyon, 84, in recognition of their long relationship
 More than 600 same-sex couples have made appointments to get marriage licenses in the city over the 10 days. Newsom helped launch the series of lawsuits that led the court to strike down California's one-man-one-woman marriage laws
Jun.19  ExxonMobil sued over F. wharf pollution Jun.27   NRA sues to overturn gun ban
  The National Rifle Association sued the city to overturn its handgun ban in public housing Jun.30  City denies liability in tiger attack

July 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2   Sanctuary Policy Questioned After Escape
  An effort by the city to shield 8 Honduran crack dealers from federal officials backfired when the youths escaped from group homes
Jul.3  Mayor confronts backlash over sanctuary Jul.10  Newsom's Story On Sanctuary Not Add Up Jul.12   City to create car-free party zone  City plans to turn 6 miles of city streets into a pedestrian-only party zone from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 31 and Sept. 14 Jul.15  Engineer tampered with new S.F. network Jul.22   $6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted  The Board of Supervisors approved a $6.4 billion budget for the coming fiscal year, despite strong opposition from some in the community Jul.23     Mayor visits city engineer in jail, gets codes
  Terry Childs had been accused of withholding the access codes and has been jailed on felony counts  Clean energy ballot measure approved   Triple murder turns focus on sanctuary
  Edwin Ramos, 21, is an illegal immigrant who had managed to avoid deportation despite previous brushes with the law Jul.26   Newsom marries actress Siebel in Montana
  40-year old San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom to marries 34-year-old Jennifer Lynn Siebel at Siebel's parents' ranch.    It is the Siebel's first marriage and the second for the Newsom, who divorced legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle in 2006. Newsom met the actr...


August 2008 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1 City plan to inspect residents' garbage Aug.2   SF to pay millions in grants back to feds  Authorities have so far provided justification for only 127 of more than 2,300 border prosecution cases the city has billed to a feds Aug.7 Moody's raises city's debt rating Newsom Tones Down Recycling Proposal New mission for Zoo approved Aug.23 Appeals court against strip search policy Aug.28   Fire commission rejects settlement  City fire commission has rejected a proposed city settlement with the family of a Seattle man who fell to his death during a rescue attempt

September 2008 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3 SFPD Launches Effort To Curb Robberies
Sep.15 30 Months For City Hall Bomb Threat Sep.16   Officials vote against zoo plan  City officials have rejected a plan to turn the zoo into a sanctuary for rescued animals

October 2008 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1 Water plan calls for more conservation
Oct.4   Grand jury probes city sanctuary policy  A federal grand jury is investigating the city's policy of offering sanctuary to illegal immigrants Oct.8 Homeless Groups Protest Over Cuts Oct.10 Ed Jew Pleads Guilty To Corruption

November 2008 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4  Projected Budget Shortfall Grows Nov.5 3 SF Supes Re-Elected, 4 Seats Undecided
  Protests Follow Apparent Prop. 8 Win  Hundreds gathered to protest California voters' apparent approval by a slim majority of a ban on same-sex marriage Nov.28 Grease Recycling to Keep Pipes Clog-Free

December 2008 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3 Newsom touts SF shopping, buys in Colma
Dec.12   400 City Workers Getting Pink Slips
  Workers were being given notice, and released from service in February as part of more than $118 million in budget cuts
SF wins over census population estimate Dec.13 City Workers Asked To Take Wage Freeze Dec.20     Police chief to retire
  Heather Fong, 52, the first woman to serve as SF police chief says she'll retire in April after more than 32 years with the police department Dec.21 Newsom Approves $2B For Water System Dec.22 Commission Mull SFPD Chief Replacements Dec.24   Judge: Network Engineer To Face Felonies  SF Superior Court judge ruled that Terry Childs, 44, jailed for allegedly tampering with the city's main computer network should stand tria...