Not likely. But a new effort to sanitize Sixth Street is underway, starting this month, care of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. And what, exactly, will clean up San Francisco's scariest and urineiest intersection? Two-way radios. According to SF Examiner, "Two full-time officials will begin patrolling the street and its alleys this month. They will have two-way radios to report crimes, provide advice and clear paths for pedestrians." The city will dish out $150,000 to employ two full-time guides (not SFPD officers?) to "patrol the corridor for a year." SF Coalition on Homelessness, of course, thinks this is a bad idea. COH Executive Director Jennifer Friedenbach tells the Ex that these kinds of programs simply "remove the presence of poor people," homeless or not.