The leaders of two of the most powerful San Francisco governmental institutions are at odds over how to deal with one of the city’s most enduring problems, demonstrating how little agreement there is when it comes to tackling homelessness, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Mayor Ed Lee has condemned San Francisco Superior Court’s recall of 64,713 outstanding arrest warrants for quality-of-life offenses dating back more than five years. Lee is “emotionally angry” about the decision and refuses to accept it. Presiding Judge John Stewart says it is a waste of resources to keep track of warrants that are rarely enforced and fines that are almost never paid. “No one is taking these warrants seriously and for good reason,” Stewart said, adding that Lee can’t do anything to reverse the court’s action.