Bexar County may soon be negotiating a contract to rehab the historic Hot Wells Bath House ruins.
County Commissioners will make that decision Tuesday morning.
“What it does is stabilize the ruins, it has an interpretive trail that we would take, a parking lot, lighting for at night, connections to the river,” Judge Nelson Wolff told KTSA News.
And the proposal has some alternatives: “to do additional landscaping, to build a restaurant, and to do a maintenance provision there,” he said.
This is three years in the making.
“So, we’re trying to stabilize it, get to where people can take a tour of that important piece of history, this would be the first major step toward doing that,” Wolff said.