Supes to vote on $652M bond for June ballot 

A proposed $652 million Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response bond would pay for such things as seismic improvements to the water supply system, and the relocation of a police station.

On Wednesday, the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee will vote on whether to recommend placing it on the June ballot.

If approved, the bond, according to most recent projections, is timed in such a way to ensure property taxes remain as is or increase them slightly.

For the bond to make it onto the June ballot it would require approval by the full Board of Supervisors.

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