SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— San Francisco’s Mayor Ed Lee is sending a clear message that on that Super Bowl Sunday, revelers who think they can come trash the city after the game are not welcome. The mayor wants to make sure there isn’t a repeat of the vandalism that broke out after the Giants won the World Series last October.
That night, fans poured out into the streets, setting bonfires to dumpsters on Mission Street and set a Muni bus on fire on Market Street. Lee said plans are already in the works to make sure that kind of celebrating doesn’t happen again.
“Chief Suhr and all the other law enforcement agencies are already meeting with our emergency management and my office is directly engaged in making sure we plan for areas [that we know of] in the city that have historically been celebrating points,” Lee said.
KCBS’ Holly Quan Reports: