The Board of Supervisors this week approved a framework that determines the way that funds generated by Measure W, which increased the transient occupancy tax, will be allocated for affordable housing in 2020. The funding priorities came from a nine-person working group selected by the county’s community development agency. For 2020, the group decided that the funds . . .

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