S.F. Mayor London Breed on How to Prevent an Economic “Doom Loop” …and Her New Budget

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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - OCTOBER 17: San Francisco mayor London Breed speaks to Rosa Parks Elementary School students during the Great California Shakeout Earthquake Drill on October 17, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

San Francisco has long been a favorite target of conservative news outlets. But a recent CNN special on the city’s drug and homelessness crises posed the question, “What Happened to San Francisco?” and a New York magazine piece asks: “What is it like to live in a city that no longer believes its problems can be fixed?” For Mayor London Breed, talk of a San Francisco “doom loop” is premature. Her newly released 14.6 billion budget proposal seeks to tackle many of the city’s thorniest problems. We’ll talk to her about her spending plan,  her proposal to revive downtown and burnish the city’s image and she’ll take your questions.


London Breed, mayor, City and County of San Francisco