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Following the court ruling that effectively killed affordable-rental mandates in city codes, San Francisco has moved to change its own code — at least temporarily — so that the city wouldn't require a set proportion of cheaper apartments in new developments. Rather, developers would pay an affordable housing fee to the Mayor's Office of Housing, which would "neither reduce nor eliminate affordable housing requirements nor for that matter increase (them)." The Board of Supes votes on the change today. [SF Examiner, previously]