Bexar County commissioners Tuesday stood against efforts by the Texas Legislature to impose revenue or appraisal caps on Texas counties and cities.
The San Antonio Tricentennial received a $1.1 million boost from the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation for an exhibit at the Witte on Tuesday.
Association President Juan Contreras said the majority of the at times stressful negotiations were focused around wages and health insurance.
The Bexar County Esperanza Court keeps prostitutes off the streets by providing a variety of intensive health and social services to participants.
Tricentennial Commission officials shared the results of an economic impact study reflecting the potential impacts of San Antonio’s 300th anniversary celebrations.
The construction effort primarily involves stabilizing the Hot Wells Bath House Ruins.
The Swedish furniture giant is in talks of opening its fifth location in Texas in Live Oak, a 20 minute drive northeast of downtown San Antonio.
The $8.2 million project will ultimately restore the 18th-century acequia – which was the main water source for the Alamo – and diversion dam in the area, remnants of which can still be seen today.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff told the audience of more than 200 people that one of the biggest areas in need of improvement is transportation congestion and improvements along IH-35.
Tech Bloc and Bexar County officials will host a luncheon and informational session to recruit the next generation of election volunteers.