Wiener will be home — in City Hall — for Christmas

Mayor Gavin Newsom isn’t the only one getting into the holiday spirit.

On Dec. 12, when the mayor will host his holiday open house at City Hall, Supervisor-elect Scott Wiener will be upstairs holding his own holiday shindig, his very first event.

The party will be in Supervisor Bevan Dufty’s office, which will soon be Wiener’s place of business. The event will be from 2 to 5 p.m. in room 268. Wiener is asking everyone to bring a charitable donation, with all proceeds supporting public schools in District 8.

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