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Written by: Trisha Thadani
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Apparently, a $185 million windfall wasn’t enough to address San Francisco’s problems. So on Wednesday, the Board of Supervisors’ Budget and Finance Committee grew the pot by plucking $52 million from the city’s rainy-day reserves, which are usually saved for a recession.
If approved, the $52 million will create the Teacher and Early Care Educator Unappropriated Emergency Reserve Fund for teacher and early child care worker salaries through 2021.