Report: SF outspends other major cities on street cleanup, so how does it look?

San Francisco District 2 Supervisor Catherine Stefani on a report from the budget and legislative analyst that suggests the city outspends other major cities on street cleanup efforts, but many are saying those efforts aren't paying off.
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SF’s filthy streets: We’re spending far more on cleaning than other cities

When it comes to street-cleaning costs, San Francisco is in a league of its own. The 47-square-mile city spends more than four times as much as Chicago does to keep streets clean, according to a recent budget and legislative analyst’s report. And Chicago, at 227 square miles, is almost five times larger than San Francisco.
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Stefani sets sights on restricting 3D-printed plastic firearms in SF

A move by the federal government to allow people to 3D print plastic firearms has prompted concerns over public safety across the nation, and San Francisco Supervisor Catherine Stefani on Tuesday announced plans to restrict them through legislation. Stefani, who has made gun control one of her priorities in office, announced Tuesday she is working on 3D gun legislation with the City Attorney’s Office and intends to introduce the proposal in the fall, after summer legislative recess.
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The Stefani Era Begins

On Jan. 30, District 2 got a new supervisor when Mayor Mark Farrell selected Cow Hollow resident Catherine Stefani to replace him. Insiders quickly praised the decision as savvy; she is generally described as a moderate, but one who is on good terms with the progressives in City Hall.
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SF to consider ban on concealed guns at large demonstrations

As the nation’s lawmakers consider relaxing rules around permits to carry concealed firearms, San Francisco is proposing to ban them from large gatherings like protests. Supervisor Catherine Stefani is expected to introduce legislation Tuesday that would prohibit anyone from carrying concealed firearms when attending large demonstrations in parks, parades or events requiring street closures. The ban would be in effect for a 500-foot radius around the gathering.
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INTERVIEW: How can San Francisco stop car break-ins?

San Francisco is trying to figure how to stop car break-ins. The city averages dozens each and every day. The evidence is all over--broken glass lining many streets. Joining KRON4 on Thursday, San Francisco's newest supervisor Catherine Stefani.  
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Editorial: The city’s newest supervisor comes with experience

Political club endorsements, a commission slot or a fat wallet are the usual ingredients that help land a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. The appointment of Catherine Stefani to the panel shows that experience counts as well. Interim Mayor Mark Farrell picked her to fill his prior job representing District Two covering the Marina and Pacific Heights. Her selection may settle the dust on a whirlwind period brought on by the sudden death of former Mayor Ed Lee in December, a fill-in stretch for Supervisor London Breed and a surprise vote giving the top job to Farrell.
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SF county clerk replaces new mayor on Board of Supervisors, will run for seat

Mayor Mark Farrell has picked his replacement as District Two supervisor: County Clerk Catherine Stefani. And she isn’t planning on being a caretaker supervisor. Stefani was sworn in Tuesday morning at the Moscone Recreation Center in the Marina, in front of a sun-dappled baseball field and children’s playground. An hour later, she pulled her papers to run for the seat in November.
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