The "Just Add Music" permit being issued by the city's Entertainment Commission allows businesses and others to create lively atmospheres.
The letter mentions that Breed, as Mayor, has the authority to temporarily restrict gatherings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The City Attorney's Office on Thursday filed separate lawsuits against each of the defendants claiming that they don't live in the area but instead travel from all around the Bay Area to distribute drugs in the Tenderloin.
Leigh Martinez reports.
Breed says once the city is classified as "orange" on the State's tiered system, restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 25% capacity, up to 100 people.
Christien Kafton reports.
Breed said commercial leases are normally controlled by the state government, but when Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order in March over the coronavirus pandemic, it allowed local governments to enact commercial eviction protections.
Word broke Thursday that San Francisco health officials were allowing gyms, barbershops, hair and nail salons as well as massage services to operate indoors, but with limits starting Monday, September 14.
Breed wrote that talk of people returning on Sunday prompted the closure order and she said law enforcement will be patrolling the area.
The Mayor held a virtual press conference shortly after 11:30 a.m. on Friday, August 28, 2020.
Public Health officers paused future reopenings in the city as they saw an increase in infections and hospitalizations. The city ultimately landed on the state's COVID-19 monitoring list where it remains.
The proposed budget allocates $446.1 million to make sure the city has the financial means to meet citywide priorities set forth by the COVID-19 Command Center, Breed said.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Tuesday announced the creation of a new 24-hour Street Crisis Response Team that would be used to respond to behavioral health emergencies in the place of law enforcement.
San Francisco city officials on Friday announced a temporary, four-block stretch of Jones Street in the city's Tenderloin will increase physical distancing as the district struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breed laid out some of the details on her proposed $13.7 billion budget for 2020-2021 and a $12.6 billion for the following year.
Christien Kafton reports.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed on Wednesday announced $15 million in funding to go to San Francisco Unified School District. The new funding is to help with some of the financial burden brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and to further adapt to distance learning.
With San Francisco added to the state's watch list, the city is issuing a new health order and indefinitely postponing any reopening plans.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and Director of Health Dr. Grant Colfax provide a Friday update on COVID-19, reopening, and the decisions that are being made in San Francisco.
The mayor took to Twitter to share her results after announcing a day earlier she was possibly exposed to the virus at an event.