Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants to move slowly on a final decision on the future design of Alamo Plaza, but delaying is a mistake.
All eyes are on Mayor Ron Nirenberg this week as the final steps of the Alamo Master Plan take shape.
The Alamo Management Committee on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve seven key elements of the multimillion-dollar plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza.
There is a very real possibility that the work of art by renowned sculptor Pompeo Coppini might be destroyed in the process of being dismantled and moved.
Designers have finalized a proposal for the multi-million-dollar Alamo Plaza redevelopment that will start making its way through different ranks of authority this week.
The last and largest of the cannons remaining from the Battle of the Alamo returned to the historic site Wednesday.
Nirenberg at a Tuesday luncheon discussed affordable housing, public transportation, and the ongoing battle between the City and the firefighters union.
More than 100 protesters on Saturday demonstrated their opposition to moving the Alamo Cenotaph as part of the plan to redevelop the Alamo Plaza.
One guiding principle I would add for the Alamo Master Plan: the status quo is unacceptable.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, and City Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) oppose plans to fence off Alamo Plaza.