Mayor Ron Nirenberg dissolved the Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee and made changes to the membership of the Governance Committee.
A City Council subcommittee may soon consider a request to provide former mayors and term-limited former Council members free parking across San Antonio.
Jada Andrews-Sullivan, Adriana Rocha Garcia, and Melissa Cabello Havrda were sworn in as City Council’s newest members at a ceremony Wednesday.
Speculation abounds about what a majority-female City Council could mean for policymaking, but new councilwomen warn not to make gender-based assumptions.
Adriana Rocha Garcia defeats Johnny Arredondo and secures the District 4 seat with 72.4 percent of the vote.
San Antonio’s June runoff election began with a slow start Saturday morning, with about 5,500 voters casting ballots before 10 a.m.
The campaign finance report Keith Toney filed last week was a headscratcher.
As Adriana Rocha Garcia and Johnny Arredondo campaign for District 4’s council seat, they also must keep the district’s typical low voter turnout in mind.
San Antonio’s progressive-leaning City Council that took office in 2017 could swing back towards a more philosophically divided body this year.
Most sitting Council members face minor challenges, but three districts – 2, 4, and 6 – won’t have incumbents vying to protect their seat.