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Reverse the course that the repaving of Houston St. has done. Open it up again to allow for more lanes rather than one in both directions. Increasing the ease of access to downtown is vital to rebirth 3

3:52pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? Houston St.

By Armando Gaytan

No more surface parking lots 0

3:50pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? All of downtown

By Number Two

Line every single street with shade trees. 2

1:17pm Jun 17, 2011

Where? All over downtown

By Scott Martin

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

engage Green vegetarian restaurant the bike rental shop on the block between marshall and euclid. Salvation Army has a lg parking lot empty 0

4:48pm Jun 15, 2011

Where? N. Flores near Green Vegetarian

Develop a more pedestrian friendly parkway along Durango. Include angled parking, landscaping, and a paved path for bikers and walkers. 1

12:48pm Jun 14, 2011

Where? Along Durango between IH-35 and IH-37

By Trisha Logan