Converse will add 5.2 square miles to its city limits, with San Antonio giving up 2.2 square miles of land through boundary adjustments.
City Council voted 9-2 to approve annexation plans for a 1.6 square mile area within the U.S. Highway 281 Commercial Corridor Thursday.
Certain City requirements for annexation don’t apply to the Hwy 281 North Commercial Corridor since it is more commercial than residential.
The City of San Antonio will move forward with four different annexation processes for areas outside city limits after City Council voted 8-2 in favor of the plans on Thursday.
City Council’s vote on annexation on Sept.
City Council is expected to vote Sept.
When the 85th Texas Legislature convenes on Jan.
The typical story of Sun Belt cities is that they’ve been America’s growth machines for decades as Rust Belt cities declined and coastal cities grew prohibitively expensive.
After a decade-long respite in growth through annexation, San Antonio appears poised to annex two prospering commercial corridors outside Loop 1604, one along Interstate-10 West, the other along U.S. 281 North.
To annex or not to annex, that is the question.