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Old Posted Feb 19, 2007, 12:46 AM
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M1EK-If you have some newer data, let's see it. Slightly out-of-date data is much better than your anectdotal assertions (which can easily be counteracted by those of us who say, yes, San Antonio _does_ seem like a poor city).
Think about this, all the developments that are happening in around in S.A. wouldn't be happening if we were a poor city. Do you really think that developers would be opening upscale shops and restaurants if S.A. couldn't afford it? Yeah, we have tons of tourist that come to our city but that's just a fraction of whats needed to remain profitable and for that matter open. A lot has changed since the 90's and the city is working on changing the perception that you and more importantly the decision makers at corporate companies have of S.A.

Anyways, you should be able to find the info your looking for at www.sanantonio.gov Most of that info is from 2004 and 2005.
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