SPUR Forum: Investing in Infrastructure in San Francisco

From SPUR:

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Omar Omar

San Francisco now annually prepares and updates a 10-year capital plan that looks at funding for everything from jails to buses and roofs to sewers. Given recent increases in local revenue, is the plan’s proposed $25 billion investment in infrastructure over 10 years enough? Come for a discussion of how we can ensure that the right investments are prioritized.
+ Brian Strong / San Francisco Capital Planning Program

Free to SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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