San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom last week vetoed a proposed “alcohol cost recovery fee,” saying the measure would hurt the city’s economy. Supervisor John Avalos — who sponsored the proposal aimed at raising money to cover the cost of alcohol-related problems in the city — has reportedly said he will continue to pursue the measure, possibly seeking to put it before voters as a ballot initiative in November. His proposal would have created a mitigation fee of ...
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