The newly-formed Woolworth Coalition wants the former dime store, and its historical significance as the first lunch counter to peacefully desegregate in 1960, preserved, and not demolished for the 1836 battle.
San Antonio Conservation Society
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush have signed off on the Alamo master plan that has drawn much controversy since the latest iteration was unveiled to the public in early June.
A tiny park is slated for Jefferson Street next to the Burns building.
For the controversial Alamo interpretive plan, what had been a speedy approval process in the past two weeks has now come to a halt, according to two high-ranking officials.