SAN ANTONIO – The North New Braunfels Phase 1 Project on the East Side is now anticipated to be full by fall 2023.
Frustrated business house owners alongside North New Braunfels Avenue say they’ve spent the final year making an attempt to make it work whereas the town tries to complete the $9 million project.
“Either make it through or lose your property, so we got to make it work,” Herbert Harrison, who owns a business on North New Braunfels Avenue.
Paul Berry, spokesperson for San Antonio Public Works, mentioned the weather was an element, however site visitors was the main problem.
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Berry referred to underground utilities, corresponding to gasoline, electrical and telecommunications infrastructure.
On the opposite hand, small business house owners say these delays are coming at a value.
“Four of our small businesses have closed,” mentioned Nneka Cleaver, an East Side small business proprietor.
The metropolis’s message to individuals within the space is to carry out for now.
“We certainly understand construction can be inconvenient, but to get to a better place, you have to go through a project like this and a process like this and do it right,” Berry mentioned.
Stakeholders within the neighborhood on North New Braunfels between East Houston and Burleson streets are asking crews to hurry up and work effectively earlier than it’s too late.
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