SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will enter the market next week with $335 million of new-money bonds as part of a major 10-year capital plan that will be mostly funded by debt.

The city agency will sell fixed-rate revenue bonds with maturities out to 30 years via a competitive sale Tuesday morning, and officials expect strong demand for the double-A-minus-rated credit.

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