With the San Antonio economy recovering and hundreds of millions of federal incentive funds, city budget officials plan to restore spending on essential services such as road improvements that were cut at the height of the pandemic.
Officials also intend to use the windfall to make large investments in public and mental health programs, reduce domestic violence, prop up the city’s affordable housing and help the homeless – all issues exacerbated by the pandemic .
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