Supervisors to convene first meeting after recess

Tuesday is when the Board of Supervisors is expected to hold its first full board meeting since its official end of recess Sept. 6. If you recall, the board was supposed to hold a meeting Sept. 7, but had to cancel due to a failure for properly noticing it.

The same issues that were scheduled to be decided will be before the board Tuesday, along with some others.

Those include an alcohol fee and a vote on a mid-Market development, known as City Place. Other votes Tuesday include approving a deal between BART and the San Francisco International Airport to allow the transit agency to advertise in the airport BART station. 

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