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Petite Moratorium

At yesterday's Board of Supervisors meeting, David Campos introduced legislation to stall market-rate housing developments in a one-and-a-half-square-mile area of the Mission District for 45 days. The measure is unlikely to pass—as an interim urgency ordinance, it needs nine votes, and Campos is short by four. Campos' legislation is distinct from the possible ballot measure reportedly brewing, which would have the potential to delay market-rate developments for a much longer 18-month period. [SF Chronicle; CBS; previously]