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Published on Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Councilman Treviño’s Statement Regarding Approval of Alamo Master Plan

CONTACT: Justin Renteria, 210-207-0900
Justin.Renteria@sanantonio.gov

 

SAN ANTONIO (Oct. 2, 2018) — Today, Mayor Ron Nirenberg signed off on the Alamo Master Plan recommendations from the Alamo Management Committee. District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño, who serves on the Alamo Citizens Advisory and Alamo Management Committees, provided the following statement:

 

“I appreciate the work of the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee and the Alamo Executive Committee over the last four years, and I am glad the Alamo Master Plan was enthusiastically supported by both committees. Most importantly, residents in San Antonio and across Texas support this plan because it will bring reverence and tell the complete history of one of the most significant sites in world.
The final recommendations signed off on by Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Mayor Ron Nirenberg were the culmination of a lengthy, multi-year process that featured over 200 public meeting across Texas. Over the last four years, Texans used their voice to shape the Alamo Masterplan. I could not be more proud of our City, the State of Texas, and the Alamo Endowment for their participation in making this an inclusive, transparent process.

 

Thank you to the following groups and individuals for their role in bring the Alamo Master Plan to fruition:

  • Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee
  • Alamo Management Committee
  • Alamo Executive Committee
  • The State of Texas
  • The City of San Antonio
  • Alamo CEO, Doug McDonald

 

Going forward, the Management Committee will continue to seek guidance from the Alamo Citizens’ Advisory Committee to ensure the spirit of the plan is faithfully executed.”

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