The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to approve another $9 million in damage claims filed by owners of hotels leased by the city as emergency shelters during the height of the Covid pandemic, a grim subtext for what will be a mostly routine meeting.
Supervisors are also expected to pass a handful of resolutions that reflect the current state of some of the city’s important communities, including the city’s Asian American Pacific Islanders and the beleaguered Tenderloin neighborhood.
As always, the wonks can digest all the details in this week’s full agenda.
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