The Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on whether to adopt the 10-year capital plan. Supervisor Sean Elsbernd was instrumental in ensuring the plan was created. Each year it is updated and then approved by the board. As The City faces another deficit year and is facing projections of more deficit years to follow the big challenge will be funding what’s in the plan. Recent budget presentations has $30 million in capital spending going toward closing the $483 million deficit for the fiscal year that begins July 1. And another big problem is funding street resurfacing. Perhaps the board will address these finer questions during the meeting.