By By Kurtis Alexander San Francisco voters are all but certain to be asked in November whether to authorize nearly a half billion dollars in city borrowing to pay for upgrades to the aging Embarcadero seawall.
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a $425 million bond measure for the Nov. 6 ballot that city leaders say is vital to securing three miles of shoreline from the threat of earthquakes and sea level rise. A second vote by the board is required before the measure becomes official. [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate