Airport capital spending to be mapped out 

Plans to build a $104 million air traffic control at San Francisco International Airport will be discussed Monday by a city committee that oversees capital expenditure.

The existing tower is seismically unsound and city officials plan to rebuild it from 2014 to 2016.

San Francisco’s Capital Planning Committee, which consists of department heads and other city officials, is scheduled to discuss capital spending by SFO at a hearing on Monday afternoon.

The planned spending also includes improvements in runways, taxiways and terminals.

The committee is also scheduled to consider capital spending planned by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and the Port of San Francisco during the meeting, which will begin at noon.

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