SAN ANTONIO — Now that voters have approved a record setting bond package, it's time to decide exactly how to invest the money.
At Cassiano Park in the heart of the west side, neighbors got together to brainstorm with city leaders about what they want to see in their new and improved park.
District 5's Teri Castillo said the park will get upgrades because neighbors worked together to convince the bond committee that their park was overdue for a facelift.
"Whatever you envision at this park, these public input meetings are an opportunity for you to tell us how you envision your public dollars working," said Teri Castillo, District 5.
They will be seeing almost four million dollars in improvements at Cassiano.
Ideas they're considering include a splash pad and other recreational and art upgrades.
If you can't show up to one of these sessions in person, visit the city's input website.
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