Posted November 16, 2018 09:47:47The process for finding land to put up a house on has been slow.
It’s been a while since the last time we did it.
The city of San Antonio, however, is hoping to change that.
The city has announced that they are working with an investor group to get a citywide lease for land that was formerly owned by the city of Houston.
That lease would provide a legal basis for the city to build on the land.
The group behind the effort is called the Land Before Time Institute, or LIFT.
The group is led by Houston landowner and land registry administrator John McManus.
LIFT has had a hand in some of the biggest land grabs in Texas history.
They recently purchased the land of former Houston Mayor Ray Nagin for $8.3 million.
Nagin was one of the few politicians to successfully fight to save land from development in the city, and he died in 2009 at the age of 92.
The land, which includes parts of the city center and historic downtown, is currently being redeveloped by the City of Houston into the site of the new UT Health Medical Center.
The land is being sold to the group on the condition that they get a court order to build a new home on it, and that they sign a long-term lease.
That is exactly what they are asking the city for.
The City of San Diego announced last month that they will lease land on their southern border to the Land After Time Institute.
Land Before time, or LRAT, was created in 2001 by then-President George W. Bush to help solve the housing crisis.
LRAT is a term that was used to describe the way the U.S. Supreme Court decided the issue of whether to review the constitutionality of the Housing Act of 1937.
The court said in 1988 that the federal government could only build housing if it was affordable to the residents of the area.
If the government had a legal right to the land, the justices ruled, it should build it.
The ruling led to a legal battle that ultimately led to the landmark Supreme Court decision in 2007 that made it easier for the government to build affordable housing.
While LRAT has never been used to try to build houses, the group has already secured land to build some new housing in the San Diego area.
They are planning to put that land up in the future.
A few weeks ago, the San Antonio city council approved a proposal to buy land on its southern border from the Landbefore time group.
The council said it wanted to make sure the city would have the resources to deal with the land if LRAT does end up moving forward.
The council passed a resolution in July that said it will “ensure that the City is in a position to make necessary purchases in a timely manner in order to facilitate the acquisition of suitable, suitable, and suitable housing.”
The land group has now put together a plan to acquire the land and build on it.