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Mi Tierra

Description: Report detailing areas of blight (i.e. slum areas, in which there is deteriorated residence structures and above-average population density) in San Antonio, TX, with the purpose of arresting continued growth of these areas.
Date: 1967
Creator: San Antonio City Planning Department

Transportation Plan 1964-1985: Plan Development (Part B)

Description: Report from the San Antonio-Bexar County Urban Transportation Study (SABCUTS) steering committee as part of the plan development for transportation in San Antonio and surrounding areas of Bexar County, Texas. This particular installment describes two studies that explain the development of the transportation plan and the continuing phase to ensure that progress continues.
Date: May 1966
Creator: San Antonio (Tex.). Office of the Planning Engineer.

1968 Buyers Guide

Description: Guide for San Antonio, including membership roster for San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, recommendations and advertisements for local businesses, and the 1968 national business outlook. Advertisers index starts on page 93.
Date: January 1968
Creator: San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

Comal County Long-Range County Program

Description: This report was prepared by the County Program Building Committee to deal primarily with Agriculture, Home Economics, Community Improvement, and subjects closely related to family living and development. The brief history and background information on social, economic, and industrial development are shown in order to relate the areas of concern and method of implementation of this program to the overall development of the economy and living conditions of the county.
Date: September 1967
Creator: Comal County (Tex.). Program Building Committee

Alamo Area Council of Governments, Housing for the Region - A Three Year Study Design

Description: This report develops a study design in order to investigate and analyze factors such as employment, income, education, and health, which contribute to current housing conditions. The study will also attempt to point out methods whereby member governments can begin to deal effectively with the housing situation from three viewpoints: rehabilitation, maintenance and the halt of obsolescence, and the provision of an adequate supply of new housing.
Date: September 1969
Creator: Alamo Area Council of Governments