The vote is now scheduled for May 16, which would still be before before any new City Council members elected in May would start their terms in June.
The San Antonio Water System already got approval to raise customers’ bills to raise the entire cost of the Vista Ridge pipeline. But if new developer fees are approved, SAWS will have $242 million more than it needs for the project.
Meetings about the plan so far have yielded plenty of dialogue and even more questions about what the City’s next moves on the plan will be.
Speakers at a hearing on a proposed plan to deal with global warming in San Antonio called for a better accounting of the plan’s financial implications.
Researchers determined that San Antonio will experience more 100-plus-degree summer days, warmer winters, and lower annual rainfall than it sees today.
A bill proposed by Congressional negotiators includes nearly $1.4 billion for new border barrier funding, which exemptions for the National Butterfly Center and other key sites in the lower Rio Grande Valley.
Two San Antonio Water System tunnel-drilling projects are on the horizon, one to stop fix a hotpot for raw sewage leaks and another to make room for more water from SAWS’ Vista Ridge pipeline.
A federal judge ruled that the golden-cheeked warbler’s Hill Country habitat remains too threatened by urban sprawl to take it off the endangered list.
Plans for the wall include a concrete barrier built to the height of the levee, topped with 18-foot steel posts.
Pearsall Park, created from a former landfill, is a good place to access nature on the Southwest Side.