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At yesterday's Board of Supervisors meeting a proposed lease was introduced for a police substation at 72 Sixth Street. The idea of a substation along Sixth between Mission and Market streets has been on the books for awhile as part of Mayor Lee's plan to revitalize the Mid-Market area, and roughly $300,000 has already been set aside for the project via the now-defunct redevelopment agency. The terms of the three-year lease call for the Police Department to move in on Dec. 1. Mayoral spokeswoman Christine Falvey said the project is "crucial for the Mid-Market area" and that Lee "is pleased with this milestone and is looking forward to moving this process forward." [SF Appeal/previously Curbed SF]