When it comes to complete streets and multimodal transportation, city planners and developers say one thing but do another.
Recent headlines have been full of news about up and coming and established leaders who all have one thing in common.
Some City Council members have expressed concerns about how the $850 million 2017 municipal bond will be spent and spread out over the 10 council districts.
A Council-appointed citizen bond committee got its first look Tuesday at the City of San Antonio’s proposed $120 million facilities bond program.
There are 59 parks and recreation-related projects slated to receive funding through the City’s 2017-2022 Bond Program – that is, if the projects worth a total of $116 million are approved by voters during the May 2017 election as part of the total $850 million bond package.
The first of 25 Community Bond Committee Meetings will take place on Monday at the Central Library Auditorium, located at 600 Soledad St.
As the $596 million 2012 Municipal Bond comes to a close on time and on budget, citizens and City leaders in San Antonio have already begun scoping out projects for the record-breaking $850 million 2017 Municipal Bond.
What motivates me as mayor is the vision of San Antonio as a city where everyone has the opportunity to prosper.
Wednesday marked one of many more steps in a lengthy and at times complicated process that reignites a deceptively simple, yet age-old question: How should we divvy up our money?
UPDATE: This event is now open to the public, free of charge, thanks to partner support.