A group of developers critical of the design elements proposed for the multi-million-dollar Alamo Plaza redevelopment scheduled a private meeting Wednesday in an effort to discuss alternative designs with the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee.
One out of every five visitors to the Alamo doesn’t actually enter the historic Spanish-colonial mission, according to a travelers’ survey.
More than $5 million-worth in civil penalties were issued by school districts in the 2016-2017 school year, but less than half – about $2 million – has been paid by drivers that pass stopped school buses.
The Texas Supreme Court will not take on the City of San Antonio’s appeal regarding the firefighters union evergreen clause.
San Antonio City Council approved several measures regarding campaign finance and ethics policies Thursday.
To implement the recommendations, the task force says the City must start budgeting $20 million of its budget every year, starting in 2019.
City staff has tweaked, cut, and modified the draft to again run the bureaucratic gamut of committees, commissions, and other groups for review.
The San Antonio Conservation Society, with the help of a local architect and a neighborhood advocate, have created a paper-and-online petition to gather support for a plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza without “barriers” like closed streets, walls, railings, and gates as recently proposed by designers.
Designers and officials will host the first public input meeting about the latest plans to the redevelop Alamo Plaza on Monday night, but attendees should not expect their voices to be literally heard.
Marise McDermott resigned as tri-chair of the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee Friday to turn her attention to the Witte Museum’s strategic plan and major endowment campaign.