Mayor Breed pitches $300 million housing bond

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Voters would have to approve measure come 2020 On Monday, Mayor London Breed announced that she’s pushing for a $300 million city bond to pay for affordable housing development, which voters would have to approve on the 2020 ballot. In a statement released Monday, Breed said, “We need to build more housing in San Francisco, especially badly needed affordable housing to help keep our communities stable” and called her bond proposal “a key part of this strategy.” Voters are already facing a decision about a proposed $600 million bond for earthquake safety upgrades during 2019’s off-y...

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