SAN ANTONIO - It's one of the oldest neighborhoods in San Antonio and some want to make the Five Points neighborhood just north of Downtown historic.
"To me, if we would just put our resources together, help everybody out, salvage what we have and clean up the neighborhood, it would be magnificent," said Julia Huber, President of the Five Points neighborhood association.
Huber said there has been a push since 2009 to add the historic title to the neighborhood.
"Let's press on and save the neighborhood, that's how I look at it," added Huber.
Not everyone is in favor of creating a new label for the neighborhood.
"It's gonna be a burden on us and it's going to be a burden on all these people that own their houses. They're not going to be able to fix their houses, so eventually they're gonna lose their houses," said Ernet Muniz.
Muniz said he's lived in the neighborhood for the past 50 years and owns several properties in the area.
"For me and my wife we bought these properties for our golden years," added Muniz.
Muniz told News 4 WOAI taxes are high enough, and he fears a tax increase and having to keep up with historic requirements.
There will be a neighborhood meeting Tuesday, June 19th at 6:30pm to discuss the issue. The meeting is expect to be held at the Salvation Army.