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Written by Edmond Ortiz on Mar 8 2017 - 5:00pm
San Antonio’s frontrunner mayoral candidates debated neighborhoods, gentrification, public safety and sanctuary cities on March 6.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Feb 13 2017 - 10:25pm
Leaders of COPS/Metro Alliance met Feb. 13, acknowledging that the affordable housing part of the city’s proposed $850 million bond remains somewhat flawed.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Dec 14 2016 - 5:25pm
Members of COPS/Metro Alliance say the city’s bond-funded effort to encourage affordable housing in distressed areas is flawed, and hope the proposal will be retooled to meet current homeowners’ problems.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Dec 9 2016 - 1:55pm
The San Antonio Neighborhood Improvements Bond Committee voted Thursday, Dec. 8, to recommend 13 distressed areas for inclusion in what would be the city's first affordable housing bond project. The recommendations are part of a five-category, $850 million total bond issue the city plans to put before voters May 6.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Nov 29 2016 - 1:40am
Members of a COPS/Metro Alliance "action team" are unsure how to take on part of the city's planned 2017 bond that could dedicate $20 million toward affordable housing.
Written by AAMHA1 on Jan 10 2012 - 3:57pm
Please join the Alamo Area Mutual Housing Association for an Open House, including a brief tour and discussion with Executive Director Jennifer Gonzalez, board members and residents. This is a great opportunity for you to learn about the challenges and difficulties facing working families and individuals in San Antonio. To learn more or to R.S.V.P.  for this event, call our main office at (210) 731-8030 or email rmunoz@alamomha.com.
Written by David McLemore on Oct 5 2010 - 8:47pm
In an ongoing quest to improve everyday life in San Antonio, neighborhood leaders and residents met Tuesday with city and national policy makers at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for the third Community Development Summit.The presentations by a host of speaker, ranging from officials from VIA Metropolitan Transit to San Antonio Housing Authority and the University of Texas at San Antonio offered a glimpse into the city's idea future.