Three major rating agencies have affirmed the City of San Antonio’s AAA general obligation bond rating for the eighth straight year.
Common themes in the 2017 City bond process included connectivity, leveraging existing resources, and capitalizing on our history and culture.
More than 75 people attended the meeting at the center, many of whom were under the impression that the center faces imminent closure or relocation.
All of the 180 projects are at different progress stages, but they are moving forward to meet their ideal completion dates in or before 2022.
Former Mayor Phil Hardberger is confident that the Conservancy can raise $2 million before the end of December and break ground on the land bridge in January.
San Antonio’s $850 million bond package received overwhelming support from voters Saturday, passing easily with approval of more than 67% for each proposition.
The city’s procrastinators don’t have much time left to have their say in the general election.
By 2 p.m. on Tuesday, the early voting total had already surpassed the number of in-person early votes in 2015
At the rate San Antonio is building affordable housing, it would take 100 years to make up for the deficit that existed in 2015.
With only two days of early voting to go, the Bexar County Elections Department has recorded a total of 38,307 votes so far.