San Antonio Water System officials earlier this week expressed support for taking on protection of the Edwards Aquifer.
The City of San Antonio is smoothing the way for a subdivision that’s not compatible with its goals of reducing sprawl. What’s in it for the City?
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush responded to rumors that he plans to place a statue of Mexican general Santa Anna outside the Alamo.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and top San Antonio Water System officials are calling for SAWS to take on funding the Edwards Aquifer Protection Program.
The San Antonio Water System, CPS Energy denies requests for lists of its customers who have had their electricity or natural gas shut off.
The City is working on Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), financing to make low-cost loans available for clean energy and water conservation projects.
The City’s Historic Design and Review Commission tabled a vote on a design for the first phase of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment.
For now, San Antonio’s recycled materials are still finding their way to useful markets in the U.S., but residents likely will pay more in the future.
San Antonio’s landscape offers some remarkable diversity. Ride long enough along the Salado Creek Greenway, and you’ll see a little bit of everything.
The San Antonio River Authority decided not to pursue an additional tax to fund an expansion of its role in cleaning and maintaining local waterways.