For a document obsessed with events of 1836, the new “Alamo Comprehensive Interpretive Plan,” reads more like “Nineteen Eighty-Four,” a dystopian novel that satirizes hypocrisy by the state. “Embrace the continuum of history” means “repudiate the continuum of history.” “Enhance connections to the surrounding streets” means “reduce connections to the surrounding streets.” “Enable pedestrian flow through the site” means “restrict pedestrian flow through the site.”
Browse Stories in draft master plan
Written by Mike Greenberg on Jul 6 2018 - 2:22pm
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Oct 5 2016 - 3:19pm
The city of San Antonio will have a number of public events at Brackenridge Park this fall. That's when visitors will be asked to get acquainted with the park's draft master plan and provide feedback on it.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Aug 16 2016 - 3:03am
The San Antonio Neighborhoods and Livability Committee voted to jettison some controversial proposals from the Brackenridge Park draft master plan and sent city staff back to ask the people who use the park what they want. (Scroll down to replay video of the meeting.)