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Written by: Rachel Swan
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As they prepare for their first meeting of the year Tuesday, San Francisco’s supervisors are crafting a legislative agenda that mixes lofty ideals about economic equality with everyday quality-of-life issues that prompt constituent complaints.
Homelessness and the perennial scarcity of affordable housing are the two themes that unite the board. Several supervisors and their aides said they want to honor Mayor Ed Lee’s last request to get 1,000 people off the streets this winter, and most spoke passionately about efforts to keep lower- and middle-income families in the city.
But they disagree on how to get there.