SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco city leaders and residents are continuing to mourn the loss of Mayor Ed Lee.
Well-wishers have been leaving flowers on the steps of San Francisco City Hall for Mayor Lee. The mayor's office is also full of flowers. His staff says it is hard to be at work but they also know the Mayor would want them to carry on with his mission.
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The Board of Supervisors meeting last night focused on the loss of the mayor. Supervisors shared their stories and their gratitude for all he did for the city. Mayor Lee was described as humble and determined, even those who did not agree with him on issues said nice things about what a good man he was.
City hall has not released information yet about funeral arrangements.
Acting Mayor London Breed will appear at two public events today.
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At 10 a.m., she will be at the Salvation Army Harbor Light Center to announce new money for a campaign to help curb homelessness in the city. And, at 1:30, she will join San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott in the South of Market neighborhood to announce a gun buy-back event.
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