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Welcome to The Greenline, a 43-acre linear park

Welcome to The Greenline, a 43-acre linear park
Celebrating in the ground-breaking of The Greenline Aug. 31 are (l-r) San Antonio River Authority Assistant General Manager Steve Graham, San Antonio Economic Development Foundation President Jenna Saucedo-Herrera, Bexar County Judge Nelson W. Wolff, Councilman Rebecca Viagran (District 3), Brooks President and CEO Leo Gomez, U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, Brooks board Chairman Manuel Villa, San Antonio Water System Vice Chairman Pat Jasso, San Antonio River Authority board member Jerry Gonzales, Rep. Ina Minjarez (District 124), and Rep. John Lujan (District 118).

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Brooks City-Base has broken ground on The Greenline, a $10.6 million, 43-acre linear park that will connect the Southside mixed-use community to the San Antonio River, providing connectivity to 15 miles of walking, jogging, and biking trails all the way through downtown and from The Pearl up to Brackenridge Park. . . .

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