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BPC Signs On as Supporter of San Francisco Seawall Bond Measure

BPC has officially signed on to support the $425 million seawall general obligation bond proposed by the Port of San Francisco to fund the first phase of the Seawall Program, which will address the deteriorating condition of the Embarcadero Seawall and the threats it faces from earthquakes and sea level rise. The bond will be […]

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  • by BPC Staff
  • April 6, 2018
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San Francisco City and Port Seek State Legislation for Urgent Seawall Repairs

How many Bay Area residents and visitors have been to the historic San Francisco waterfront and know about the Embarcadero Seawall? Stretching more than three miles from Fisherman’s Wharf in the north to Mission Creek in the south, the Seawall serves as a foundation for the waterfront. Built over 100 years ago, it supports key […]

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Support for AB 2578 Seawall Improvements

On April 4, 2018, BPC submitted a letter of support for Assembly Bill 2578 (AB 2578) introduced by Assemblymember Chiu and co-authored by Senator Wiener and Assemblymember Ting. Click here to read BPC’s support letter. AB 2578 Infrastructure financing districts: City and County of San Francisco would provide a mechanism for the State to contribute funds […]

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San Francisco Residents Support Bond to Fix Seawall, Poll Shows

SF residents support big bond to fix seawall, poll finds San Francisco Chronicle Nearly three-quarters of San Francisco voters would support a bond measure of up to $500 million to improve the city’s disintegrating seawall, a piece of infrastructure that is largely unseen but that experts say is of vital importance in protecting the city against major […]

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