When Erik Walsh takes over as San Antonio’s City Manager on March 1, he will inherit a very different city than the one his predecessor Sheryl Sculley took over 13 years ago.
As deputy city manager, Erik Walsh already makes close to the compensation cap voters approved in November for the city manager’s position.
Colleagues past and present as well as others who know him describe Walsh as collaborative, compassionate, and level-headed.
SA2020’s annual report shows San Antonio is on track to meet or exceed most of the goals the community set for citywide prosperity by 2020.
K9s for Warriors, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit, is planning to start construction on a service-dog screening facility on 3.3 acres of land it will lease from the City for $1 a year.
During its long history, Samuel Dean Sheet Metal Inc. has worked on commercial projects across San Antonio, including the Tower Life building.
Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh, the finalist for the city manager’s job, will be meeting with stakeholder groups across the city over the next two weeks.
San Antonio City Council unanimously approved on Thursday 10 new guiding principles for public participation.
After nearly six hours of interviews and deliberations on Wednesday, City Council selected Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh as the next city manager of San Antonio.
The filing period opens Wednesday and runs through Friday, Feb. 15, at 5 p.m.