Newsom Tracker: Quiet weekend?

Mayor Gavin Newsom, who recently returned from a trip Hawaii, has no public appearances planned for Saturday, according to the Mayor's Office, though he may have a busy week ahead.

Gavin Newsom was back in The City on Friday, though he did not appear in public or speak to the media.

It has been more than a week since Newsom made a public appearance. That was at a news conference about an oil spill in the Bay, which was just hours before announcing in a written statement that he was dropping out of the race to be the next governor of California.

Newsom then left for a trip to Hawaii early last week to spend time with his wife and 7-week-old daughter.

Newsom does not have any appearances planned for Sunday or Monday, according to the Mayor's Office. He is, however, expected to meet with labor leaders and hotel management about contract negotiations.

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