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San Antonio leaders and organizations discuss public safety and welfare on city’s East Side

SAN ANTONIO – Public safety and welfare of the city’s East Side introduced group leaders and organizations collectively on Wednesday.

Local non-profit San Antonio for Growth on the East-Side led a panel dialogue which centered on what could possibly be accomplished to enhance the standard of life for each companies and neighborhoods.

The panel dialogue was held on the Red Berry Estate as a part of the East Side Briefing.

The panelists included Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood, and representatives from the San Antonio Police Department and Metro-Health.

Each of the panelists answered questions starting from psychological well being, crime and homelessness. The native leaders additionally inspired inspired residents to get vaccinated.

Tuesdae Knight is the president of SAGE. She stated regardless of the pandemic, conversations about public safety and welfare haven’t stopped.

“It is bringing people together in an interesting way through the pandemic. We are being safe…but it is absolutely information that is needed and absolutely information that needs to be shared with the community,” she stated.


The group created a Fiesta themed poster which they had been in a position to make investments $1,000 into the East Side Education Training Center.

EETC helps residents get again into the workforce and obtain larger training targets.

The group hopes the group can erase the stigma surrounding San Antonio’s East Side. However, she believes that begins by having the fitting conversations.

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