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The hot temperatures come during a long-term warming trend that climate scientists have tied to mankind’s use of coal, oil, and natural gas.
The year and 10 months without cutbacks is the longest such period the city has experienced since 2009 and longest ever under current drought rules.
The invasive species threatens the channeled, low-flow urban stretches of the river, where greenery and shelter for native species are at a premium.
A release of ammonia gas at a meatpacking plant on the West Side led to the deaths of hundreds of fish in San Pedro Creek and the San Antonio River.
In a closed session Tuesday, City Council’s Governance Committee narrowed the number of applicants from 18 to six to fill two positions on the SAWS board.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg nominated Jelynne LeBlanc Burley, also a former top executive for the City and CPS Energy, to lead the San Antonio Water System board.
The group is named for the four major springs on the edge of the Hill Country – the Blue Hole, Comal Springs, San Marcos Springs, and Barton Springs.
“It’s pretty much here,” said National Weather Service meteorologist, who noticed the hazy views when driving to work Friday afternoon.
VIA Metropolitan Transit will not have a significant budget shortfall over the next few years and won’t need to cut services, City officials say.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg said the City has actually been taking applications “for several weeks now.” Seven people have submitted them so far.
Texas environmental regulators installed an air quality monitor in an area that’s seen a boom in mining for fracking sand.
Commentary: Instead of fixating on signage, attention should be focused elsewhere in Brackenridge Park.