The San Antonio Water System faces another hurdle for its Vista Ridge pipeline, one that could leave its customers on the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars per day in water the utility can’t receive.
A flash flood watch remains in effect for Bexar County and counties to the east, with more serious flooding expected on the San Antonio and Medina rivers in south Bexar County.
The Council gave its approval to a $18,265,000 contract with SpawGlass Civil Construction to build the land bridge.
A critical flood information website is back online after issues at a Microsoft data center left the site down while heavy rains hit San Antonio.
The permit currently under review by the TCEQ would allow the sewage plant to discharge up to an average of 500,000 gallons per day into Honey Creek.
The preserve is a 53-acre nature sanctuary owned by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word as part of what they call an Earth care ministry.
Bacteria remains the largest single pollution problem in the San Antonio River basin, according to the San Antonio River Authority’s most recent Clean Rivers Report.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office has asked a court to review an EPA determination that San Antonio’s air no longer meets a federal standard for ozone.
A mansion that once belonged to one of the most fascinating figures in San Antonio’s 300-year history has been restored on the East Side.
Bexar County is considering joining Medina County to give more firepower to the Edwards Aquifer Authority in its legal battle with Uvalde County interests.