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WHAT: San Pedro Creek Zoning Overlay District Meeting

WHEN: Tuesday, March 29, 2016, 5:00 p.m go to these guys.

WHERE: Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, 1901 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas 78204

WHO: City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation, Bexar County and the San Antonio River Authority

The City of San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation and the San Antonio River Authority, in coordination with Bexar County, will host a property owner and stakeholder meeting on Tuesday, March 29 at 5:00 p.m. at the Cliff Morton Development and Business Services Center, 1901 South Alamo Street. This meeting is a follow up meeting to the kick off meeting, held on March 1, of the introduction of a zoning overlay district for the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project area.

Bexar County and the San Antonio River Authority are in the midst of the design phase of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project which will transform the creek to reflect its place in our cultural history, improve its function in flood control, revitalize natural habitat and water quality, and catalyze economic development.

In an effort to protect the public investment by Bexar County, the San Antonio River Authority has commissioned the creation of a new River Improvement Overlay zoning district. The purpose of the proposed district is to guide private investment along San Pedro Creek to ensure a harmonious environment that increases the public’s use and appreciation for the Creek.

Please visit www.spcproject.org for more details on the project. For more information about this initiative, please call (210) 302-3257 or email bridgeth@sara-tx.org.

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The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) was created by the 45th Texas Legislature on May 5, 1937 and reorganized in 1961 to plan, manage and implement water-related programs and projects within the San Antonio River Watershed. The State of Texas empowered SARA to preserve, protect and manage the resources and the ecology of the San Antonio River and its tributaries. To learn more about the SARA, visit our website at www.sara-tx.org.

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