A large symposium is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 23, where a finalist or finalists will answer questions publicly.
The housing department plans to present a proposed displacement prevention and mitigation policy to City Council in February.
San Antonio City Council will consider new guidelines to enhance public participation in policy formation on Thursday.
SAWS performs more than 7,000 water quality tests every year to constantly monitor the city’s water supply for safety.
Budget documents show the Texas House has offered up a whopping 17 percent increase in K-12 public education funding if certain reforms are made.
For the first time in a decade, the Texas Legislature has opened its session without San Antonio’s Joe Straus in the powerful post of Speaker of the House. Happily, his spirit is still strong in Austin.
An Irving developer, whose proposed 350-unit apartment complex had caused outrage among neighbors in the Cresta Bella community, has withdrawn its rezoning request.
The seat in HD 125 became vacant when Justin Rodriguez was sworn in as Bexar County Commissioner, triggering a special election for his former office in the Texas Legislature.
City Council interviewed three local candidates in random order for the city manager position Monday afternoon.
The program, which is being called Alamo Promise, would be styled after similar programs in the state, including Dallas County Promise.
The former U.S. housing secretary and San Antonio mayor visited the U.S. territory two days after launching his presidential bid.