Workers on San Francisco’s new poop patrol — the brainchild of Mayor London Breed and Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru to combat thousands of complaints of human feces in the street — make a whopping $71,760 per year. That number grows to $184,678 including benefits. The six-person poo patrol, consisting of one supervisor and five street-cleaners, celebrated with a soft launch last week. They’ll begin getting their hands dirty full time in September. The cleaners will begin their rounds in the afternoon. Equipped with two steam-cleaning vehicles, they’ll patrol alleyways and other areas where poo is a known problem. They work in an organized line, with the last guy bringing up the rear.
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