Federal stimulus, construction slowdown helping with capital projects 

The City received $175 million in federal stimulus funds and saved more than $20 million in construction costs for capital projects because of the slow economy.

The figures are contained in a draft capital plan that proposes $26.5 billion in capital spending over a decade by San Francisco and closely related entities.

The plan will be refined over the next two months before being debated and adopted by city lawmakers.

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