San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who hasn’t always seen eye-to-eye with many in the city's business community, has put his stamp on an initiative to make it easier to open and cheaper to run restaurants. With more than 3,000 establishments and 46,000 workers, San Francisco’s restaurant industry is rightfully considered an economic power. Among other acknowledgements, it was recently credited by Newsom’s office with “revitalizing neighborhood corridors and ...

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