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This map was produced initially for the attendees of the 2007 National Convention of the American Institute of Architects, but is intended for continued use for visitors to and residents of San Antonio. It is a constantly changing record of sustainable resources of San Antonio, and thus encourages your additions and input.
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Number of sites: 114

Comments: 11

Team members: 3
Marc Toppel
Downtown San Antonio Texas
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Recent Comments

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I am John's Aunt Christine (John Randolph) Wheeler Park Anonymous

I am John's Aunt Christine from Massachusetts , We spent a lot of time together growing up together I will be visiting in November when my son will be graduating from Lackland Air Force Base in November I will visit the park, also hope to see family while I am there I think of John often .So many childhood memories. Love you John!!!!!!! :)

08/04/2013 - 21:12
Its gotten alot better since O.P. Schnabel Park & YMCA Anonymous

Its gotten alot better since the park clean up. But they are updating the trails and the maps, which seems like its taking along time to do so =/ i would love to know the EXACT trail length not the supposed 4.5 miles it says since 2006 ive jogged those trails almost daily and i know its not that short.

would like to see faster updates, as for the trash in the park its gotten a ton better. You just gotta watch out for the swarms of mosquitoes this time of season =/

03/10/2012 - 18:00
I loved the O.P. until it was O.P. Schnabel Park & YMCA Anonymous

I loved the O.P. until it was so filthy down in the river bed... too bad. We even took trash sacks with us as a family and would pick up trash..and haul out four large bags each time.. worse the next time.. if it was clean it would be one of the best parks in the city.

03/10/2012 - 18:00
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