Ep008 – Roberto Trevino – Alamo Redevelopment Update

In the eighth episode, the Bexar Facts team sits down with Roberto Trevino to discuss several hot topics. From homeless housing projects, to the Alamo refurbishment, to covid protocols for the future, Christian Archer and  Demonte Alexander discuss all this and more!


About Councilman Roberto Trevino:

Known as the “citizen architect”, Roberto was unanimously voted into the City Council in 2014. Since then he has worked tirelessly to make Bexar County a better place. From his visionary work with “San Antonio Under 1 Roof” to the small detail of making the CourtHouse accessible to wheelchairs and the elderly, Trevino has continuously proven his heart for the San Antonio community.


About Bexar Facts:

At Bexar Facts, we amplify the voice of the people to shape the future of our community. We gather and share fact-based data on the issues, attitudes, and trends shaping the greater San Antonio area. With the Bexar Facts podcast we breathe life into our data. We aim to level the

playing field by producing real conversations, with real people and bringing scientific data directly to your fingertips. Bexar Facts, your trusted local source for community data.


Show Notes:

(00:35) Introductions 

(06:25) Covids impact on homelessness

(10:55) Importance of being a housing first city

(12:01) What would Roberto do differently regarding Covid response

(18:10) Bexar County Appraisal protesting process 

(22:57) How does the Councilman see his accomplishments over the years

(26:17) Update on the Alamo redevelopment plan

(31:38) Police union and accountability

(43:37) Serving under different City Managers

(47:07) Hidden gem in District 1 + Magic Wand question

(50:30) Conclusion


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