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Hundreds of Volunteers to Beautify San Francisco's Most Visited Neighborhoods

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    Hundreds of volunteers will clean up San Francisco's most visited neighborhoods Wednesday as the city's summer tourism season gets underway, according to the San Francisco Public Works department.

    The Hotel Council of San Francisco and San Francisco Travel will host the Love Our City Hospitality & Tourism Cleanup Day in partnership with the public works department. Mayor London Breed will launch the day's activities at 9 a.m. at Embarcadero Plaza.

    "We're stepping up with new investments to clean up San Francisco, including adding more trash cans, more street cleaning, more public toilets and more dedicated cleaning teams in targeted areas," Breed said in a statement.

    The upcoming workday builds on a citywide Love Our City cleanup last fall hosted by Breed and San Francisco Public Works that drew hundreds of volunteers from around the city.

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