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Mayor offers $10K to businesses squeezed by construction

With subway dig taking a bite out of Chinatown, mayor offers aid San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has proposed the city adopt a construction-mitigation program, favoring businesses negatively affected by city construction. One prime example: The ongoing Central Subway with grants of up to $10,000 to make up for lost revenue during the working period. The mayor’s office has not finalized the proposal, and several city lawmakers have similar plans in the works.
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