Mohammed Nuru, also known as “Mr. Clean,” was the longtime director of SF Public Works. He was arrested by federal authorities in January and charged with corruption. Photo credit: Paul Chinn/San Francisco Chronicle

Want Clean Streets? Clean Up City Hall’s Corruption

By Joel P. Engardio

You probably spent the morning of April 4, 2018 dodging broken glass from smashed car windows, discarded heroin needles and even human waste on the sidewalk as you went to work or took your kids to school.

If you cursed how this had become the everyday experience of living in San Francisco, you might have wondered who at City Hall…

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Forward-thinking + pragmatic Democrat, civil liberties advocate, award-winning journalist, Westside SF homeowner. My local views at www.engardio.com/issues

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Joel Engardio

Joel Engardio

Forward-thinking + pragmatic Democrat, civil liberties advocate, award-winning journalist, Westside SF homeowner. My local views at www.engardio.com/issues

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