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Summary.     Click for More > Police Officers Suspended Over Video  A parody video that features officers has led to the suspension of at least 20 police officers 8 video scandal officers returning to work All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years  Police Department maintains that many of the 96 killings this year could not have been prevented
Mayor Newsom and wife filing for divorce  In a joint statement Gavin Newsom and Court TV legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom cited the strain Dog humane treatment law passed Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces City considering fee on grocery bags Same-sex anniversary rally Anti-war protesters rallied Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium 4 schools to close Mayor Opens Environmental Conference  Gavin Newsom presided over the opening of The UN World Environment Day Conference Newsom Wants Legislation On Pit Bulls Ordinance Introduced On Corpse Exhibits Fire Chief In Domestic Violence Incident SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump Officials Approve Ski Jump Event Treasure Island Director Fired Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti Video sparked investigation into SFPD
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January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5  Gonzalez presided over last board meeting
 
  In a joint statement Gavin Newsom and Court TV legal analyst Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom cited the strain
Jan.6  New pet ordinance Jan.9 Supervisors Officially Take Office Jan.10 Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime Jan.11   Dog humane treatment law passed  A new backyard dog law says canines are entitled to a change of water once a day, palatable and nutritious food Jan.14  115 city workers to lose their jobs Jan.19  Mayor opposes $1 million tsunami donation Jan.20 City mulls handgun ban  Protesters hold inaugural demonstration Jan.25   Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces  The supervisors voted to ban smoking in all parks, public squares and other spaces that the city owns Supes Vote Against Tsunami Donation Jan.26   City considering fee on grocery bags  Officials are considering a proposal to slap a 17-cent first-in-the-nation surcharge on paper or plastic shopping bags  Supes voted to revise 1906 death toll Jan.28  Muni Fare Hike Proposed Jan.31 Riders Protest Muni Fare Hike Proposal

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Feb.2  City settles doctor's suit for $1.5 million Feb.6  Mayor to hos party on gay anniversary Feb.11  Newsom Blasts Bloomberg for Gay Stance Feb.13   Same-sex anniversary rally  Mayor Gavin Newsom waved at the hundreds of people gathered on the 3 levels of balconies Feb.28  City Hall Evacuated

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Mar.5  Newsom breaks tradition, boycotts Hilton  Mayor Warns of Looming Deficit Mar.15  Supes approved 2 lawsuit settlements Mar.18 Mayor Rejects Half-Staff Flag Request
Mar.19 Fire Department sued by 28 firefighters     Anti-war protesters rallied  Hundreds rallied, chanting slogans, holding up posters with photographs of slain U.S. soldiers Mar.22  Board Wants to Halt Marijuana Clubs   Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities  Mayor Newsom announced the city will prohibit medicinal marijuana clubs from operating in sobriey facilities Mar.24  Proposals would add 11,000 housing units Mar.29  Grand Jury Recommends Examining SFPD Mar.30   New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city

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Apr.5  Fee-waiver for bike race Apr.9  Layoff notices sent to 200 MUNI drivers Apr.11  Dep. chief resigns amid drinking scandal Apr.14  City Assessor Resigns Apr.26   4 schools to close  Board of Education has voted to close schools in response to declining enrollment and a projected deficit  Meth task force launched

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May.17  6 month extension on new pot club ban May.31  Budget Calls for $283 Million Increase

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2     Mayor Opens Environmental Conference
  Gavin Newsom presided over the opening of The UN World Environment Day Conference
Jun.6     Newsom Wants Legislation On Pit Bulls  Mayor has put together a task force to look into what other cities are doing about dangerous dogs Jun.7   Ordinance Introduced On Corpse Exhibits  Supervisor Fiona Ma introduced an ordinance that would ban shows such as 'The Universe Within' Jun.14  School Board voted for cost-cutting Jun.18  DA Ponders Charges in Dog Mauling Jun.20     Fire Chief In Domestic Violence Incident  Sean White, the husband of Joanne Hayes-White, called 911 complaining that his wife had struck him Mayor Wants to Change State Dog Law Jun.23  City Formalizes Deal For Stem Cell HQ Jun.29  City To Crack Down On Pot Clubs

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Jul.11  Reward for info to catch cop attacker Jul.21  Mayor Says Terror Cells Are In Bay Area

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3 Deal Struck On Hotel-Condo Plan
 Mayor pledges to build 15,000 new homes Aug.13 $1 million for homeless housing facilities Aug.24   SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump  Mayor Gavin Newsom called off the ski show sponsored by Icer snow apparel company

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Sep.14 Three-Day Disaster Plan Urged For City
Sep.20 Dangerous dogs regulation introduced Sep.21 Public art exchange with city of Cork Sep.22   Officials Approve Ski Jump Event  ISCOT voting unanimously to grant a permit for the Icer Air 2005 with a few stipulations Sep.27  Sweetheart Deals In The Mayor's Office?

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Oct.1 Tax Collector Getting Tax Breaks
Oct.13   Treasure Island Director Fired  The decision came after Tony Hall accused Newsom of making sweetheart deals Oct.14 Hall Delivers Letter To Mayor Oct.19 Pot Clubs May Have New Rules Soon PG&E Would Pay $6.5 Million For Blackout Oct.20 Commission Upholds Disciplinary Charge Oct.26 Newsom Made State Of The City Address

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Nov.15 Pit Bull Ordinance Passes
Liquor stores ordinance introduced Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs Nov.17 City Police Chief Says City Short On Cops Nov.18 New Director Named For de Young Museum Nov.25  Newsom, Feinstein Visit S.F. Sister City Nov.26 Mayor Adds Cops to Stem Murders

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Dec.3     Mayor Recruits Students For Anti-Graffiti  The Department of Public Works is working to find volunteers around the city to commit to painting over graffiti Dec.4  Officials Consider Closing 19 Schools Dec.7  New Chief Hired For Troubled MUNI   Video sparked investigation into SFPD
  Video footage released by Newsom has sparked an investigation into allegations of racism, sexism and corruption
 Mayor Newsom and Police Chief Fong showed and denounced several clips produced by members of SFPD. At least one officer has been suspended after police officials learned of a videotape parodying life on the job that featured uniformed officers and stereotypes of suspects
Dec.8   Police Officers Suspended Over Video
  A parody video that features officers has led to the suspension of at least 20 police officers
Dec.9 Captain: I Did Not Participate In Video Dec.13   8 video scandal officers returning to work  The Bayview Station officers were less involved than other suspended in creating a video Dec.15   All Suspended SFPD Officers Reinstated  All 24 police officers involved in a controversial video skit are on the job again, including the videomaker Cohen Dec.20 Supe Frustrated Over MUNI Deaths Dec.24     City Seeks Wi-Fi Proposals For City  The city issued a request for proposals to provide a 'free or affordable' city-wide wireless broadband network Dec.27  SFPD May Have Exceeded OT Budget Dec.30   City Murder Rate Highest In 10 Years
  Police Department maintains that many of the 96 killings this year could not have been prevented