Most City Council members said Tuesday that the proposed budget for infrastructure and transportation improvements for fiscal year 2018 could provide equity among all 10 Council districts.
The largest budget in the City’s history will, for the first time, use an “equity lens” to allocate resources where they are needed most.
“Southside First is a nonprofit whose mission is to be the voice of prosperity, community bridging, and responsible development.”
“Equitable” is not a word many would use to describe how San Antonio, and many other cities, spend money. Until now.
“It’s all about progress,” Nirenberg told a packed house at the Pearl Stable during a luncheon hosted by the Rivard Report and the SA Hispanic Chamber.