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Wednesday, July 24, 2019


Community Input Meeting - Sutton Park

Transportation & Capital Improvements

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 5
sutton park

Council District 7, Joe Ward Community Center, 435 E. Sunshine Dr., San Antonio, TX 78228
City of San Antonio staff will present information and plans regarding a new neighborhood park space located at the intersections of Sutton Drive, Zachry Drive and Shadwell Drive in District 7. Residents are invited to attend and offer public comments and input for future improvements.

Restaurant Grade - Public Meeting

Metropolitan Health District

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 41
man posting restaurant grade of A

District 1, Central Library, 600 Soledad
Metro Health invites you to the Restaurant Grade Public Meeting. Currently the posting of restaurant letter grades A, B, or C in public view is voluntary. Restaurants in the City of San Antonio are only required to post their inspection report.

Metro Health would like your input on the mandatory posting of letter grades for all restaurants in the City of San Antonio. A letter grade of A is a score of 90 to 100, a B is 80 to 89, and a C is 70 to 79.

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2017-2022 Bond Program Community Informational Meeting - Classen-Steubing Ranch Park

Transportation & Capital Improvements

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 35
Steubing flyer

Council District 9, Wayside Chapel-Stone Oak, 1300 Evans Rd., San Antonio, TX 78258
TCI project staff and consultants will present project plans for the Classen-Steubing Ranch Park Project located in District 9 as part of the 2017-2022 Bond Program. Residents are invited to attend this meeting and offer public comment.

2017-2022 Bond Program Community Informational Meeting - Martin Luther King Park

Transportation & Capital Improvements

Melanie Morales (GPA) 0 49
MLK Park

Council District 2, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio-Eastside Clubhouse, 3503 Martin Luther King Dr., San Antonio, TX 78220
TCI staff will present project plans and updates for the 2017-2022 Bond Program's Martin Luther King Park Project located in District 2. Residents are invited to attend this meeting and offer public comments.

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