San Francisco officials spelled out their spending plan for a proposed $500 million affordable-housing bond expected to land on the November ballot.
Mayor London Breed and board President Norman Yee formally introduced the proposal to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. They co-chaired a working group that divvied up how the bond revenue would be spent.
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