Department of Government and Public Affairs
San Antonio, TX 78205
P.O. Box 839966
San Antonio, TX 78283-3966
The Military Transformation Task Force (MTTF) is a City of San Antonio, Bexar County, and Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce initiative to share information and work with the military to enhance mission readiness through a Community-Military Partnership; advocate for the military at a local, state, and national level; and address any impacts that the military may have on our community.
See our upcoming meetings, agendas, minutes and presentations.
The committee is responsible for issues that relate to roads, traffic, drainage, other transportation related construction, and mobility issues for the military installation workforce.
In addition, the Committee will focus on issues related to ensuring adequate utility availability, affordability, and potential energy conservation for the installations.
Chair: Carroll Schubert, PCSI, Inc.
The Committee is responsible for issues related to real property as it relates to growth and effect on neighborhoods and assist with initiatives for commercial and residential revitalization.
Chair: Howard Peak, San Antonio Parks Foundation
The committee is responsible for assisting in keeping the community informed of military issues and assist the military and local governments in legislative issues that have an effect on the community as it relates to the military installations.
Chair: Mark Frye, Umyuaq Technology, LLC
The committee is responsible for monitoring the JLUS studies and implementation initiatives for Camp Bullis, Lackland AFB, Randolph ABF and the Community-Military Partnership Project as it relates to sustaining the progress made in the BRAC Growth Plan and JLUS achievements.
Brig. General Laura Lenderman, Commander Joint Base San Antonio, 502nd Air Base Wing
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