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by NALCAB Administrator October 11, 2016

The past two years San Antonio neighborhoods have heated up in the real estate markets and tax loads have gotten unexpectedly higher. In a city where less than half make more than $50,000 a year, their concern is that our popular neighborhoods will continue to squeeze out low income folks and the character of some legacy areas will change.

What do we need to do to strengthen the city, but support our neighborhoods? How can the city leverage public investment to direct private efforts?

The past two years San Antonio neighborhoods have heated up in the real estate markets and tax loads have gotten unexpectedly higher. In a city where less than half make more than $50,000 a year, their concern is that our popular neighborhoods will continue to squeeze out low income folks and the character of some legacy areas will change.

What do we need to do to strengthen the city, but support our neighborhoods? How can the city leverage public investment to direct private efforts?

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