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News - June 27, 2014

Council deadlocks on San Antonio housing needs

by Daniel DeBolt

City Council members found themselves considering a change in course Tuesday after a group of residents called attention to a proposed "precise plan" that they say would exacerbate the city's housing shortage in the San Antonio shopping center area, driving up rents and increasing commute traffic.

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Posted by Fred Flintstone, a resident of Castro City
on Jul 4, 2014 at 12:35 am

I like the way things used to be. Who is going to run for City Council? More homeowners who profit from scarce housing and more jobs?


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