Snags at the Start of San Pedro Creek Project

The work gets underway Wednesday–but it looks as though there are already some hitches for the San Pedro Creek Improvement Project.

Some complicated–and time-consuming utility work will likely push the completion of key parts of the project past the City’s Tri-Centennial celebration in 2018.

“We would have liked to have had a celebration of it (the project), but there are realities with utilities” Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert said during a Commissioner’s Court briefing Tuesday.

Either way, there was some consensus–that the project should push ahead.

“Keep in mind the budget and the plans and all that–but making sure we get something done so that we have something to show first of all” Commissioner Paul Elizondo said.

The project will get in to full swing in early January. Meanwhile, the San Antonio River Authority is set to host a community meeting on the impact the work will have in the area.

That meeting takes place Wednesday–from 11:30 until 1:30–at the Christopher Columbus Italian Society Downtown.



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