A restaurant closes, another opens; a cenotaph to move more than an inch; a natural spring springs back – it was nice knowing you, 2018.
Bryan Preston, a backer of the Alamo Plaza redevelopment plan, has resigned as communications director for Land Commissioner George P. Bush.
The plan includes creating a single entry point to a portion of the public plaza and relocate the Alamo Cenotaph, two of the most contentious elements.
A group of panelists spent Wednesday evening talking about parts of Alamo history that have been relegated to the background in public discourse.
The City of San Antonio’s Planning Commission and the Historic Design and Review Commission held a rare joint meeting to vote on the plan.
Some Council members said moving the Alamo Cenotaph or blocking access to Alamo Plaza could be a deal breaker.
While most San Antonians agree the Alamo should be enhanced for all to enjoy for years to come, many remain unconvinced the proposed changes are necessary.
In our intensive search for the future of one of the most storied spaces in Texas, we stumbled upon a scarce treasure – common ground.
The HDRC’s District 2 member has been replaced ahead of the commission’s Oct. 10 vote on elements of the Alamo Plaza redevelopment plan.
The latest battle of the Alamo is over. Mayor Ron Nirenberg, unlike William Barret Travis, chose to surrender.