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Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 13, 2011
After months of public forums, surveys and input from people who care about San Antonio, a draft report of the SA 2020 plan was released Sunday morning by the Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jan 22, 2011
More than 1,000 people from across San Antonio gathered for the fifth SA2020 community workshop, titled "Putting it all together."People at the meeting were  asked to write the story of the city's future. You can watch the  whole meeting in the video below, and add your comments to the chat window below.The video gets off to a rousing start with the Roosevelt High School Drum Line:
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jan 21, 2011
Five months into the SA2020 visioning process, San Antonio's enthusiasm hasn't dimmed, with as many as 1,000 people expected to gather again for a community conversation about charting the city's course for the next ten years.Organizers say so many people have responded for the fifth and final SA2020 workshop meeting on Jan. 22 at TriPoint's 750-seat Grantham Center, that overflow rooms are being prepared at the nearby San Antonio Water System headquarters building. The event is titled "Putting it all together."
Written by Susana on Nov 19, 2010
Welcomed by the Roosevelt High School cheerleaders, orchestra and choir, more than 500 people flocked to Mayor Julian Castro’s third public SA2020 forum with their ideas on planning the course for San Antonio’s next decade. The community discussion, called "How Do You Measure Success?” was held Saturday  from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the cafeteria of Roosevelt High School, 5110 Walzem Road. NOWCastSA interviewed the mayor and other participants at length and you can watch this, as well as the forum, here:
Written by Susana on Oct 29, 2010
More than 800 people packed McCollum High School cafeteria and spilled into the school's library to take part in SA2020, the ambitious, long-term project to set citywide goals for the next decade.People wearing everything from pearls to tattoos huddled at tables to craft vision statements on everything from education to transportation, development, health and the environment.