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Well played, Mayor Lee.
This has always been about protecting public golf on a historic landmark course in a public park that was a gift to the people of San Francisco, owned by the people of San Francisco, and a legacy of and for the people of San Francisco, a legacy that we share with the Bay Area and the world.
Ed Lee protected that legacy by continuing the tradition of using the mayoral office as the last bastion of what passes for common sense in EssEff government, and at least partially restraining the ongoing clusterfork that is our Board of Supervisors.
Mike Wallach |
December 21, 2011 at 10:48 AM
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