Newsom Tracker: City Hall meetings

Mayor Gavin Newsom is conducting meetings in City Hall, but has no public events or appearances on his schedule today.

That doesn’t mean the mayor won’t be out-and-about. Newsom has made a sport out of showing up to events that aren’t on his schedule. And while he may have made commitments to arrive at certain city events, his calendar, which the media tracks closely, often don’t mention them. 

The mayor shunned reporters for weeks following his Oct. 30 departure from the 2010 governor’s race.

He has since begun to answer some questions from reporters, but has refused to address inquiries on his failed campaign or his whirlwind vacation to Hawaii.

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