Submitted by: Jennifer Khoshbin 5:44pm Jun 17 2012

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Alta Vista's Breeden St. (or Flores Ave.) as as community portals to San Pedro Springs Park. Breeden St. has very little car traffic and would ideal for inexpensive pedestrian/biking infrastructure.

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20 families in Midtown West (Alta Vista and Beacon Hill neighborhoods)gather once a month to community build. We would like to see Breeden St or N.Flores Ave transform into strong pede/bike zones.

So that people could... 

"So that people could" transform this area into a safe and encouraged - pedestrian/biking neighborhood. Both Breeden St (known for it's lack of car traffic and tree coverage) and N.Flores (known for it's seeds of florishing businesses) lead our neighbors directly to San Pedro Springs Park, one of the jewels of the city, but very underused. We are working towards creating a music/movie program at the park to make this the hub of our neighborhood.

Because I want San Antonio to be...

"Because I want San Antonio to be" a healthy, safe, family-friendly city, one that builds on the hopes of it's neighborhoods and attracts families, students, and businesses to our downtown neighborhoods.

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