If approved, the ordinance would go into effect on Aug. 1, 2019
Interim Executive Director Michael Kaiser presented the San Antonio’s 2018-19 season and future plans to the City Council on Wednesday.
Housing density and parking, two of the most talked-about urban planning issues in San Antonio these days, were in the spotlight Tuesday afternoon.
The San Antonio Water System is already thinking and planning 50 years ahead to be ready to manage and maintain an abundant water supply.
Since 2015, there have been 47 officer-related shootings of civilians in Bexar County, according to data from the Texas Justice Initiative.
A local architecture firm and a Philadelphia-based agency will lead major preservation efforts of the Alamo Church and Long Barrack in downtown San Antonio, according to an announcement by the Texas General Land Office on Tuesday.
A Dallas-based development firm will continue to pursue a taller office building – but not at 11 stories.
A lawsuit alleges that the firefighters union illegally funded efforts to gather petition signatures to place charter amendments on the November ballot.
More than one operative from both parties brushed off the excitement surrounding Beto O’Rourke’s campaign with a pithy phrase: “This is still Texas.”
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Cody Wilson’s group Defense Distributed is known for attempting to upload the digital blueprints for 3D-printed guns.