The self-proclaimed "100+ Latinas" include local leaders in government, business, education, law, health care, and community advocacy.
The housing task force will present a list of suggested policies, goals, and actions to San Antonio's City Council next week.
Two groups are currently working to improve housing in SA: the Castro-era Housing Commission and Nirenberg's newly-formed Housing Policy Task Force.
The so-called Gentrification Task Force, for all intents and purposes, completed its task Thursday afternoon as the City Council unanimously accepted its report and created a commission to carry out its short and long term recommendations aimed at mitigating the possible effects that revitalization has on low-income neighborhoods, namely: displacement of low-income residents and the loss of historic and/or cultural identity of communities.
For more than 50 years, Beacon Hill residents Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada have lived in their 100-year-old Victorian Home on West French Place.