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As expected, the California Supreme Court's ruling in favor of abolishing redevelopment agencies in the state has left funding for some San Francisco projects up in the air. The police substation that's been planned for Mid-Market was fit to receive $500,000 in upgrades from the SF Redevelopment Agency. The 1,932-square-foot substation was looking to open up shop at 72 Sixth Street in June, about the same time that Twitter is expected to move to 10th and Market streets. Supervisor Jane Kim, whose district includes Mid-Market, said that alternative funding would be found because the police substation is an important part of the revitalization of Mid-Market. [SF Examiner/photo via Sergio]