LOS ANGELES -- San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee proposed placing a $400 million bond measure for earthquake safety and emergency response before city voters on the June 2014 ballot.

The proposal builds on the ESER bond that was approved by San Francisco voters in 2010, which allowed the city to finance seismic upgrades and strengthen its aging emergency response infrastructure for first responders.

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