More than a dozen residents offered new ideas and criticized some current City Council charter amendment suggestions in a public hearing of the City’s Charter Review Commission (CRC).
The campaign for City Council District 1 has been mostly about neighborhoods and how the City can serve people in some of the oldest parts of San Antonio.
Five candidates in the runoff elections restated their support Monday for action on affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
The City’s Historic and Design Review Commission sent a Terramark Urban Homes project in Tobin Hill back to the drawing board Wednesday, as concerns and questions about design compatibility with the neighborhood still linger.
With a 6-1 vote on Tuesday, the City’s Zoning Commission rejected a request that would designate a sliver of Tobin Hill as a historic district.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and City Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) called each other failed leaders Tuesday evening in a broadcast debate, two weeks before the start of early voting for the June 10 mayoral and City Council runoff elections.
Around the time Councilman Warrick (D2) announced Toney’s endorsement, Shaw, accused Toney of asking him to pay $15,000 in exchange for his support.
Rehabarama is a new effort led by the City’s Office of Historic Preservation in observance Preservation Month in May.
Born intellectually disabled, James Meadours received help from a rape crisis center to learn how to cope as a victim of several sexual assaults.
CPS Energy is revamping procedures for solar energy installers as part of a $15 million extension of its popular solar rebate program.