SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco has finished installing free Wi-Fi in its public housing facilities as part of a citywide housing improvement initiative.

Mayor Gavin Newsom and the San Francisco Housing Authority announced Tuesday that 33 developments are now equipped with wireless broadband.

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Newsom says expanded Internet access will create job and educational opportunities and improve quality of life for residents.

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The city has committed $95 million to overhauling infrastructure and upgrading services at its most distressed public housing facilities.

San Francisco has more than 6,500 public housing units serving very low-income families, seniors and disabled city residents.

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