Saldaña, 32, will leave his Council seat in less than five months, but he says it's likely not the last City Hall will see of him.
Councilman Rey Saldaña will start working with education advocacy nonprofit Raise Your Hand Texas next year.
Shaw (D2) submitted his resignation letter to the City Clerk Thursday to become an associate judge for a state district court in Bexar County.
Most Council members agreed that – while not "perfect" – the changes struck a balance between incentivizing economic growth and supporting the city's affordable housing goals.
The position will be posted online Thursday after details surrounding the position are finalized, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said.
Council's Comprehensive Plan Committee on Wednesday reviewed progress made over the first two months of fiscal year 2019 in the three-year affordable housing business plan.
The City says the protections wouldn't benefit two of the four sites and different protections might be the right fit for the other two sites.
San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley declined to accept a performance bonus for her work in 2018.
A recent survey showed that residents generally feel San Antonio is moving in the right direction, but there is room for improvement.
One week after it dropped a controversial lawsuit, the City has not heard from the firefighters union or its representatives about contract talks.