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Councilwoman Andrews-Sullivan issues statement on the amendment to the Unified Development Code

Published on Friday, December 13, 2019

Councilwoman Andrews-Sullivan issues statement on the amendment to the Unified Development Code

CONTACT: Jada Rodgers, (210) 887-7422
jada.rodgers@sanantonio.gov



SAN ANTONIO (December 12, 2019) – “We know that District 2 has a historical foundation from its proximity to downtown to the cemeteries built to the design view of the homes that are there. However, we are one of the most economically segregated areas with lives of legacy families being displaced. Many have spoken to how they want to continue to have their neighborhood keep their genuine identity. That’s what we are elected to do. Where someone lives, is their peace and we are here to protect it. We know land values and property taxes have tripled in the past years. The integrity of true transparency is to keep a genuine uniformed look for all of the City of San Antonio.”



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