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SF lawmaker suggests annexing 600 acres of Brisbane for housing

San Francisco weighs in on tiny town’s huge development Did Supervisor Jane Kim really say we should annex part of Brisbane to build housing? That’s what the San Francisco Chronicle reported after Tuesday’s Board of Supervisor’s meeting. But the District Six representative never actually used the A-word while introducing a resolution concerning Brisbane on Tuesday, although she did aim some other choice phrases at the town of 4,300 people.
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