New supervisor has no problem getting the job done 

Usually, when you can describe an elected official as a walking advertisement for term limits, it’s not a compliment for the politician in question. In Supervisor Ed Jew’s case, however, it is precisely that. Jew, elected to the Board of Supervisors just last November, is a walking argument against the recent bleatings that officials need more time than the voters allotted in order to accomplish anything.

Last week Jew implemented a restriction against transients who camp in their cars along the Sunset district’s Great Highway, thereby restoring an orderly atmosphere and making normal business possible. He just did it, thereby capturing the admiration of San Franciscans well beyond his district.

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