More than a dozen residents offered new ideas and criticized some current City Council charter amendment suggestions in a public hearing of the City’s Charter Review Commission (CRC).
Five candidates in the runoff elections restated their support Monday for action on affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
The annual housing summit is one way Mayor Ivy Taylor hopes to address San Antonio’s affordable housing needs through idea exchange and learning.
One in four families who qualify for housing assistance actually get it, and wait lists for public housing in some cities are measured by decades not years.
At the rate San Antonio is building affordable housing, it would take 100 years to make up for the deficit that existed in 2015.
Nineteen mayoral and City Council candidates stated their support Sunday for affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
Two bills pending in Congress have sparked a flurry of activity from groups who fear data previously available from the federal government might be lost.
Average annual mobility in the U.S. is currently 11.6%. That’s dramatically lower than the 19.7% average mobility rate from 1948 to 1980.
A new federal lawsuit alleges that a law protecting a landlord’s ability to refuse housing vouchers is unconstitutional and violates the Fair Housing Act.
A low-income housing report highlights recent successes of fair housing efforts, but also shows how they could be undermined if that momentum is reversed.