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"The substation is an investment in the Sixth Street and mid-Market community, and we should view it that way," said Supervisor Jane Kim. Yesterday the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee approved a plan to have the City shell out $775,000, in addition to future rent costs, to create a police substation at 72 Sixth Street. This is as a result of Mayor Lee's plan to revitalize the mid-Market area, and roughly $300,000 has been set aside for the substation by the now-defunct redevelopment agency. The police substation could open as soon as summer, which coincidentally is the same time Twitter expects to move its headquarters into the area. [SF Examiner/Curbed SF]