Supes ask Lennar for apology 

In an 8-2 vote, a resolution was adopted Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors calling on Lennar Corp. — contracted with The City for redeveloping the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood — to issue a formal written apology to The City and the Stop Lennar Action Movement “for irresponsible and potentially dangerous behavior.”

A member of the Lennar security team attended a community meeting at a Nation of Islam mosque carrying a firearm. The security guard was brought outside and handcuffed to a pole until police arrived on the scene.

Supervisors Carmen Chu and Sean Elsbernd opposed the resolution. Supervisor Sophie Maxwell, whose district covers the Bayview where the incident occurred, was absent from the meeting Tuesday.

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