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"To this date, there's no transition plan in place, yet they're going to lay people off and put projects at risk," said Leah Berlanga, field director of SEIU 1021, one of two unions representing redevelopment workers. Yesterday morning, workers from the city's defunct redevelopment agency protested outside City Hall because they're pissed that there's still no plan in place for them or their projects. "We have a limited amount of funding, and we need to staff up appropriately," said Christine Falvey, the mayor's spokeswoman. "That said, we are sympathetic to workers who have been impacted by the state and the city will make job transition services available." [SFGate/image via Shutterstock]