San Francisco city administrator Edwin Lee was appointed mayor Tuesday, replacing Gavin Newsom, who was sworn in as California’s lieutenant governor on the same day.

Appointed to his second term as administrator last year by Newsom, Lee developed and oversaw the implementation of the city’s first-ever 10-year capital plan to prioritize infrastructure investment. He also led efforts to reduce the size and cost of city government, according to the mayor’s office.

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