Pelosi’s son steps down from Environment Commission

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr is stepping down from his post on the Environment Commission. It’s been many years.

He was appointed to sit on the commission by former Mayor Willie Brown for a term that began Oct. 8, 2003. From July 2006 to January 2010 he had served as the commission’s president.

On Tuesday, the commission plans to vote on a resolution commending Pelosi for his years of service.

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