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Put in an H.E.B Pantry Store 0

5:50pm Jun 21, 2011

Where? Open lot at Durango and Labor

By Randy Majek

More live music venues featuring LOCAL jazz musicians. Club owners would PAY the musicians and recoup the money via door/table fee and bar sales. 0

5:17pm Jun 20, 2011

Where? South Alamo St. (South Town)/Stone Oak BLVD.

By Steve Mohacey

Vertical Farms for downtown. 1

8:07am Jun 19, 2011

Where? any where downtown would be nice

Create a special tax district for Houston Commerce Sts to encourage small businesses--particularly retail and restaurants--to open. Our street level needs a portion of the energy found on the river. 0

11:07am Jun 18, 2011

Where? Houston and Commerce Streets, between Alamo Plaza and the River (or perhaps even as far west as Santa Rosa)

By Augie Ray

Trader Joe's 1

9:55am Jun 18, 2011

Where? wherever HEB won't put a downtown grocery store

By Christopher Sierra

Put an HEB in the downtown area. 0

11:26pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? Not sure where it should be.

By Linda Richmond

We need more small, locally owned businesses that showcase local products and local artists. Right now downtown feels like it exclusively for tourists. Also, improve our mass transit! 1

10:17pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? Throughout downtown area

Encourage the development of shops along east commerce Throughout the course of the last year two antique/oddity shops have opened and are doing well...this could be a draw for locals and visitors. 1

7:17pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? East Commerce...Chestnut through Hackberry

By Brandon Oliver

Grocery store, medium size maybe 0

6:19pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? S. Flores

By Yasmin Voglewede

Add shade structures (umbrellas, etc.) and seating and food vendors and buskers 3

4:27pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? Convention Plaza - intersection of Commerce&Market&Alamo&Losoya

By Ben Brewer

temporary farmers/flea market 1

4:18pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? under IH-37 Houston St. underpass

By Charlotte Kahl

Redevelop 601 N. St. Mary's at Martin St. 1

3:43pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? 601 N. St. Mary's St

By City Planner

Give tax breaks to retail chains to establish stores downtown. All that's down there now are restaurants, bars and T-shirt shops for tourists. 0

4:01pm Jun 16, 2011

Where? Virtually anywhere on Houston Street, the old Solo Serve building, the old Joske's building, Commerce Street from City Hall west. Look around -- you'll see abandone storefronts.

By Robert Kolarik