Councilman Greg Brockhouse will make a campaign announcement on Saturday, but it’s still unclear which office he will seek – District 6 or the mayor’s.
Day one of contract negotiations between the City and firefighters union was generally amicable, but there was at least one point that each side bristled at.
The City will meet with two stakeholder groups to show them alternatives, and it’s considering hosting more public input sessions, too.
After more than four years of refusing to come to the table, the firefighters union wants to officially start labor contract negotiations with the City of San Antonio.
Walsh will be getting a raise to become city manager, but not by much because his contract is bound by voter-approved limits that cap the position’s annual compensation.
When Erik Walsh takes over as San Antonio’s City Manager on March 1, he will inherit a very different city than the one his predecessor Sheryl Sculley took over 13 years ago.
As deputy city manager, Erik Walsh already makes close to the compensation cap voters approved in November for the city manager’s position.
Colleagues past and present as well as others who know him describe Walsh as collaborative, compassionate, and level-headed.
SA2020’s annual report shows San Antonio is on track to meet or exceed most of the goals the community set for citywide prosperity by 2020.
K9s for Warriors, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit, is planning to start construction on a service-dog screening facility on 3.3 acres of land it will lease from the City for $1 a year.