Eight people are vying to take the place of District 6 City Councilman Ray Lopez, who has served the maximum four terms permitted by the City Charter.
A community meeting Tuesday about a proposed historic district in Tobin Hill turned into a debate about property rights and the role of City government.
An audience of more than 120 people listened as Taylor and Nirenberg answered questions submitted by nonprofit professionals prior to the event.
The City’s Ethics Review Board is moving forward with studying potential ethics code reforms and how the board operates, according to chair Adriana Garcia.
Changes to the City’s Ethics Review Board, moving municipal elections, and staggering Council terms are among the topics the commission will investigate.
Infrastructure, public safety, and connectivity among neighborhoods resonated with eight of the 10 candidates who engaged with more than 150 people.
Converse City Council voted 4-2 on Tuesday to back an interlocal annexation agreement with San Antonio that will ultimately triple the size of Converse.
Speakers at San Antonio’s first Digital Inclusion Summit advocated for bridging the digital divide by extending high-speed internet access citywide.
Privatization is just one of many things that local leaders could consider to help the airport and its operations better adapt to the city’s growth.
More than 3,000 Bexar County high school students have taken part in San Antonio Water System’s Confluence since its launch in 2012.