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Paging the Blight Patrol

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The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's continuing their campaign against blight on SoMa's Sixth Street with two full-time employees whose jobs it'll be to act as the "eyes and ears" of the SFPD. The word seems to be they'll report on crimes, provide advice, and "clear paths" for pedestrians, but an advocate for the homeless thinks it's not unlike programs designed to "remove ... poor people." Cost of the yearlong program: $150,000. [SF Examiner, previously]