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Yesterday, Mayor Ed Lee and police and fire officials celebrated the groundbreaking of the city's new Public Safety Building in Mission Bay at Third and Mission Rock streets. The move is funded by a $412 million bond measure passed by voters in June 2010. The new six-story building is designed to provide functional resiliency for up to 96 hours after a major disaster or earthquake. The new building will house the police command center, the Southern Police Station and a neighborhood fire station. The building's slated to open in 2014. [SF Appeal]