Americans and American voters – by a wide margin – want our nation to remain a participant and leader in the international agreement to reduce global warming pollution.
In a rare departure from protocol, City Council heard Wednesday from two groups in a dead heat vying for the multimillion-dollar, high-profile contract to operate San Antonio’s new river barges.
A City Council committee discussed two transportation items Wednesday and took no action regarding the creation of a new permit to let cab drivers operate their own taxis independent of cab companies.
I need San Antonio’s support and we need our City Council to make the right decision and select Entertainment Cruises on Thursday.
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.
Only the governor can call a special session, but Patrick’s key source of leverage is a measure known as the “sunset safety net bill.”
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.
Construction of the Mission Escondida Luxury Apartments, to be located on the former site of the blighted Mission Trails Mobile Home Park, will break ground this summer south of downtown along the San Antonio River’s Mission Reach.
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.
Bexar County Commissioners are moving forward with plans to implement an eight-story, 700-car garage downtown.
The zoning change would allow the property owners to build a two-story, two-car garage with three, small attached apartments in their large back yard.