Councilmen Treviño and Perry Share Passionate, Differing Views on Fate of Alamo Plaza

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(From left) Councilman Roberto Trevino (D1) and Councilman Clayton Perry (D10).

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(From left) Councilman Roberto Trevino (D1) and Councilman Clayton Perry (D10).

Hundreds of stakeholders have spent thousands of hours during the past four years in consideration of all the issues that comprise the Alamo Masterplan.

And there are many.

From open access to moving the Cenotaph to the everyday management of the property, the debate over what is best for the future of San Antonio’s most hallowed ground has been contentious and bitter, but also worthwhile and productive. However, despite all the time and toil spent, the consensus remains elusive as our two guest commentators, Councilmen Roberto Treviño (D1) and Clayton Perry (D10), exclusively reveal in their opposing op-eds.

Click on the banners below to read two differing opinions about the proposed redevelopment of Alamo Plaza.

 

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