Map spells out stimulus funding for SF

Wondering what the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act is doing for San Francisco?

This map pinpoints it all — from multi-million dollar infrastructure projects to $25,000 arts grants.

The stimulus funds are intended to jumpstart the economy, save jobs, prompt spending and create tax cuts for workers.

San Francisco has received nearly half a billion dollars in stimulus funding. 
 

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