A bill that would allow the San Antonio Water System to sell water from the Edwards Aquifer to developers in fast-growing Kendall County has been blocked.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he will vote in favor of a homestead exemption Monday but will not support increasing the City’s property tax rate.
A Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer-backed data privacy bill was signed into law, but not before it was pruned of its most forceful proposals.
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Commentary: News that the CPS Energy CEO’s annual compensation neared $1 million drew a curious silence. But she wasn’t targeted by the city’s police and fire unions.
The Transportation and Capital Improvements Department is using a vehicle equipped with a laser-scanning machine to evaluate which city roads need repairs.
City Council will vote on a homestead property tax exemption Monday and the budget is slated for a vote on Sept. 12 that may trigger an increase in property taxes for some.
County Judge Nelson Wolff and urbanist Gil Penalosa discussed how adding parks, sidewalks and bike lanes can better residents’ health and quality of life.
The troops will help at temporary holding facilities in the Rio Grande Valley and El Paso and aid Border Patrol units along ports of entry, officials said.
The raise comes as CPS Energy officials prepare to make a case for hiking rates in the face of declining revenues from selling power onto the state grid.
San Antonio’s new City Council accepted $2.5 million in support from American Cities Climate Challenge to reduce carbon emissions.