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A. Trader Joe's grocery store is sooooo needed! 0

2:57pm Jul 08, 2011

Where? Southtown

A. Trader Joe's grocery store is sooooo needed! 1

2:55pm Jul 08, 2011

Where? Southtown

Street car system with turn-arounds at Y where Austin Hwy and Broadway intersect and Probandt intersection with S. Alamo. Both these intersections have room for a turn-around without land costs. 3

4:34pm Jul 07, 2011

Where? Alamo Heights, down Broadway to Probandt in King William

By David Fischer

Utilize the "non barge" riverwalk sections for things such as paddleboats, kayaking. 2

11:26am Jul 06, 2011

Where? non barge sections of riverwalk

By denise aguirre

encourage locals to visit downtown by offering discount bus passes or trolley passes that live in the area neighborhoods 0

10:53am Jul 06, 2011

Where? residents of downtown area

By angela delagarza

offer discount parking to locals (even if its one weekend or weekday) 0

10:30am Jul 06, 2011

Where? rivercenter mall/vacinity

By angela delagarza

Turn the empty buildings, warehouses, and other structures into more residential condos and lofts with more activity at the street level with retail etc. 0

5:19pm Jul 05, 2011

Where? Northwestern corridor of Downtown SA, North of Travis and West of Soledad and the Central Library

By Malik SAT

Clean up old businesses by improving the look of their store fronts and adding more convenient stores that are safe to shop and that carry market priced (not over priced) grocery items and dry goods. 0

10:42am Jul 05, 2011

Where? All of Downtown

By Crystal Gomez

Lighting. Whether street lamps or street lights. This area is dark and see tourists turn back because it looks unsafe, especially by the Frost Bank park 1

12:56pm Jul 04, 2011

Where? Houston Street between Soledad and Santa Rosa

By robert gonzalez